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36-3716 - Expenditure limitation; political subdivision
36-3716. Expenditure limitation; political subdivision
A. The total amount of monies that may be spent in any fiscal year by a political subdivision pursuant to this article for all aspects of the sexually violent persons program shall not exceed the amount authorized by the budget established pursuant to section 11-201 or section 11-251, paragraph 30, for that purpose.
B. This section shall not be construed to impose a duty of a political subdivision or an officer, agent or employee of a political subdivision to discharge a responsibility or to create any right in a person or group if the discharge or right would require an expenditure of the monies of the political subdivision in excess of the expenditure authorized by the political subdivision for that specific purpose.