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PUBLIC HIGHWAYS AND PRIVATE ROADS (EXCERPT)
Act 283 of 1909

230.7 Injury to bridges; treble damages.

Sec. 7.

  A person that injures a bridge maintained at public expense, or a public road, by drawing logs or timber on the surface of the road or bridge, or by any other act, is liable in damages to 3 times the amount of the injury, to be recovered in a civil action, brought by the governmental entity with jurisdiction over the bridge or road, to be expended in the repair of roads under the jurisdiction of the governmental entity.

  

History: 1909, Act 283, Eff. Sept. 1, 1909 ;– CL 1915, 4464 ;– CL 1929, 4083 ;– CL 1948, 230.7 ;– Am. 2022, Act 90, Imd. Eff. June 6, 2022
Former Law: See section 8 of Ch. 9 of Act 243 of 1881, being How., § 1406; CL 1897, § 4160.



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