Chapter 54-40: Intergovernmental cooperation for North Dakota

a resume of special and general laws providing for intergovernmental cooperation by political subdivisions in North Dakota
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Bureau of Governmental Affairs, University of North Dakota , Grand Forks
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Other titlesIntergovernmental cooperation for North Dakota.
Statementby Lloyd Omdahl.
SeriesUniversity of North Dakota. Bureau of Governmental Affairs. Special report no. 6, Special report (University of North Dakota. Bureau of Governmental Affairs) ;, no. 6.
LC ClassificationsJK6401 .N65 no. 6, KFN9030 .N65 no. 6
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HISTORY OF THE NORTH DAKOTA STATE BUILDING CODE Inthe 46 th North Dakota Legislative Assembly created the North Dakota State Building Code. At the same time, the Legislature amended N.D.C.C. Sections, and relating to the authority of cities, townships, and counties to zone to reflect compliance.

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3 HISTORY OF THE NORTH DAKOTA STATE BUILDING CODE Inthe 46th North Dakota Legislative Assembly created the North Dakota State Building Code.

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