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Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1961 NO. 61 > Sep 7 1961
MORTGAGES ‑- CHATTEL ‑- RELEASE WHEN LOAN IS RENEWED. A licensee under the small loan act is under a mandatory duty to release security only when the security is in fact legally discharged
AGO 1961 NO. 62 > Sep 14 1961
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ‑- AUTHORITY TO ABOLISH OR REGULATE THE USE OF GASOLINE AND/OR ELECTRIC MOTORS ON LAKES IN KING COUNTY ‑- ACQUISITION OF LAND BY STATE OR POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS AS MAKING LAKE PUBLIC. (1) and (2) The board of county commissioners does
AGO 1961 NO. 63 > Sep 19 1961
MOTOR VEHICLES ‑- REPORTING OF ACCIDENTS OCCURRING UPON PRIVATE ROADS OR OTHER PRIVATE PROPERTY. RCW 46.52.030 requires the reporting of automobile accidents which occur off the public highways on private roads or other private property in addition to those occurring upon the public highways
AGO 1961 NO. 64 > Sep 20 1961
TAXATION ‑- REAL PROPERTY ‑- AUTHORITY OF COUNTY OFFICIALS TO REFUND LAST HALF OF TAX WHERE PROPERTY IS ACQUIRED BY PURCHASE OR CONDEMNATION. The county, acting through its board of county commissioners or other official, is not legally authorized to refund the last half of a real property tax
AGO 1961 NO. 65 > Sep 27 1961
VETERANS ‑- RE‑EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ‑- SENIORITY STATUS TO WHICH RETURNING VETERAN IS ENTITLED. A state employee who takes a leave of absence because of being called to active military service is entitled upon his return to state employment to seniority credits for the time he spent in the military
AGO 1961 NO. 66 > Sep 29 1961
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- SECRETARY OF STATE ‑- MERGER AGREEMENT ‑- AUTHORITY TO FILE RESCISSION THEREOF. Two domestic corporations, after having entered into a merger agreement which had been duly approved and filed by the secretary of state, may not rescind such agreement by a contract of
AGO 1961 NO. 67 > Oct 2 1961
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ‑- INTERPRETATION OF "CARRIERS" AS USED IN CHAPTER 295, LAWS OF 1961. The provisions of chapter 295, Laws of 1961, apply only to those carriers who are in the business of transporting garbage and refuse for collection and/or disposal for
AGO 1961 NO. 68 > Oct 3 1961
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- BOARD OF DIRECTORS ‑- INVESTMENT OF FUNDS. Under chapter 123, Laws of 1961, the board of directors of a school district has the power to authorize the county treasurer or other custodian of any school funds to invest such funds which may be lawfully invested or reinvested
AGO 1961 NO. 69 > Oct 3 1961
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY TREASURER ‑- INVESTMENT OF MUNICIPAL FUNDS ‑- EFFECT OF CHAPTER 123, LAWS OF 1961, AND CHAPTER 254, LAWS OF 1961. (1) The investment service fee payable to the county treasurer under chapters 123 and 254, Laws of 1961, can be imposed only upon investments authorized
AGO 1961 NO. 70 > Oct 9 1961
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY TREASURER ‑- AUTHORITY TO COLLECT ASSESSMENT ROLL SERVICE CHARGE UNDER § 1, CHAPTER 270, LAWS OF 1961. A county treasurer, under § 1, chapter 270, Laws of 1961, may not charge or collect fees from local port districts and public hospital districts for taxes collected

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