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SECTION 670
Application of article
County (CNT) CHAPTER 11, ARTICLE 17-A
§ 670. Application of article. 1. The provisions of this article
insofar as they are (a) in conflict with or in limitation of a provision
of any alternative form of county government heretofore or hereafter
adopted by a county pursuant to section one of article nine of the
constitution, or any administrative code, county government law, county
charter or civil divisions act enacted by the legislature and applicable
to such county as now in force or hereafter amended, or (b) in conflict
with any local law heretofore or hereafter adopted by any county under
an optional or alternative form of county government, or (c) in conflict
with any special act of the legislature applicable to a county, or (d)
in conflict with or limitation of a county charter or charter law
adopted pursuant to article four of the municipal home rule law
constituting the county charter law, or an administrative code or local
law of a county which has adopted a county charter pursuant to such
article, as now in force or as hereafter amended, shall not be
applicable to such county.

2. In the exercise of its power to enact local laws, and in addition
to any such power conferred by article two or article four of the
municipal home rule law or other applicable law, the board of
supervisors or other elective governing body of any county, other than a
county wholly included within a city, may adopt and make applicable to
such county, or to its officer performing the functions of a medical
examiner, by whatever name designated, any provision of this article
which is inapplicable to such county under the provisions of subdivision
one of this section, provided that such power shall be exercised in the
manner and subject to any veto, referendum or other requirement provided
by applicable law.