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Texas Local Government Code Interlocal Agreement

(j) For the purposes of this subsection, a “purchase co-operative” is defined as a group purchase organization of which the entity is a member and whose administrative unit receives fees from members or creditors.  A local government may not enter into a contract to purchase construction-related goods or services through a purchasing co-operative under this chapter for more than $50,000, unless a person appointed by the local government confirms in writing that: exemption from board registration requirements, legal system for the participation of collectors in the collection of property taxes| The collection of property taxes by assessment district or by other tax unit instead of the evaluators, the interlocal contract must include the collection of the car inventory tax| The inter-local contract for the collection of property taxes by assessment district or other tax unit and not by appraisers must include the collection of the car inventory tax| The prepayments of the tax on motor vehicles, the receipt by the thinkers of the collection of taxes| The exemption by the expert and collector of the registration requirements of the Board of Tax Professional Examiners, which excludes the statutory provisions relating to the obligation for collectors of experts involved in the collection of property taxes (3), stipulates that any party who pays for the performance of the functions or services of the State must make these payments available to the payable portion from current revenues. Approval of the governing body in accordance with the Interlocal Cooperation Act is necessary to approve an interlocal contract according to the same statutes and procedures that generally apply to its public adjudicating authority| The statutes of a company`s contracting power specify whether a company`s governing body can delegate the power to approve an interlocal contract| The Interlocal Cooperation Act authorizes the governing body to establish procedures for the conclusion of inter-local contracts that do not exceed $100,000 without the consent of the governing body and necessarily authorizes the transfer of such authority| The municipal governing body cannot delegate the approval of inter-local contracts of more than $100,000 (1) by each party`s governing body, unless a contracting party is a municipal power plant, the governing body being able to establish procedures for the conclusion of inter-local contracts that do not exceed $100,000 without the consent of the governing body; Autopsy, county the home of the crook cannot enter into a contract or pay if the death occurred at the hospital in the neighboring county| Autopsy, county of the residence of the crook must not enter into the interlocal cooperation agreement to lead or pay if the death occurred at the hospital of the neighboring county| Autopsy of residents who die in the nearby county hospital, County of Residence, cannot enter into a contract or pay (i) Notwithstanding section (d), an interlocal contract may have a certain duration of years.