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3-221 - Agreements for joint exercise of powers; review by attorney general; continuing obligation
3-221. Agreements for joint exercise of powers; review by attorney general; continuing obligation
A. The director may enter into agreements with adjoining states for the joint exercise of power in the construction and operation of inspection stations or other necessary facilities within the boundaries of this state or the adjoining state and the director may contract for such construction by an adjoining state if such method is determined to be economically feasible.
B. Any such agreement made with an adjoining state shall be submitted to the attorney general who shall determine whether the agreement is in proper form and is within the powers and authority of the laws of this state.
C. No agreement made under the provisions of this article shall relieve the department of any obligation or responsibility imposed upon it by law or by the Constitution of Arizona.
D. The director may by administrative arrangement or by contract make agreements for the operation of the inspection station which are not precluded by law or the constitution.