Nebraska Revised Statute 15-113

Chapter 15 Section 113

15-113.

Annexed cities and villages; rights and liabilities of city, franchise holders, and licensees.

Whenever any city of the primary class shall extend its boundaries so as to annex any village, or whenever there is consolidation taking effect in the manner herein provided, the charter, laws, ordinances, powers, and government of such city of the primary class, shall at once extend over the territory embraced within any such city or village so annexed or consolidated with it; and such city of the primary class shall succeed to all the property and property rights of every kind, contracts, obligations, and choses in action of every kind held by or belonging to the city or village so annexed or consolidated with it; and it shall be liable for and assume and carry out all valid contracts, obligations, franchises, and licenses of any such city or village so annexed or consolidated with it. Such city or village so annexed or consolidated with such city of the primary class shall be deemed fully compensated by virtue of such annexation or consolidation and the said assumption of its obligations and contracts for all its property and property rights of every kind so acquired. Any public franchise granted to or held by any person or corporation from such city of the primary class, before such consolidation or annexation, shall not by virtue of such consolidation or annexation be extended into, upon or over the streets or public places of the city or village so consolidated with or annexed by such city. Any public franchise, license or privilege granted to or held by any person or corporation from any of the cities or villages consolidated with or annexed by such city of the primary class before such consolidation or annexation shall not by virtue of such consolidation be extended into, upon or over the streets, alleys or public places of the city of the primary class involved in such consolidation or annexation.

Source

  • Laws 1921, c. 202, § 3, p. 731;
  • C.S.1922, § 3792;
  • C.S.1929, § 15-113;
  • R.S.1943, § 15-113;
  • Laws 1965, c. 43, § 2, p. 239.

Annotations

  • Upon consolidation of village with city of the primary class, status of streets as to vacation was subject to conditions binding upon the village. Dell v. City of Lincoln, 170 Neb. 176, 102 N.W.2d 62 (1960).

  • Upon consolidation with another municipality, city of Lincoln became liable for, assumed and was required to carry out all valid obligations of the municipality consolidated with it. Enyeart v. City of Lincoln, 136 Neb. 146, 285 N.W. 314 (1939).