[Adopted 1-2-1990 by L.L. No. 1-1990]
If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section, Article or part of the Code of the Village of Montgomery, New York, shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be inconsistent with any provision of the Village Law or any special law, the same shall amend or supersede in its application to this Code any provision of the Village Law or special law relating to the property, affairs or government of the village or of other matters in relation to which and to the extent which it is authorized to adopt local laws by § 10 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, unless the legislature expressly shall have prohibited the adoption of such a local law. Consistent with Municipal Home Rule Law § 22, the failure of the Village Board in adopting a local law changing or superseding any provision of the state statute or of a prior local law or ordinance to specify the chapter or local law or ordinance, number and year of enactment, section, subsection or subdivision which it is intended to change or supersede shall not under any circumstance affect the validity of such local law. Necessary implications and intendments that such local laws change or supersede such state statutes, prior local law or ordinance shall be supplied and given effect and shall be as much a part thereof as if written therein.
The following sections shall be specifically superseded, as applicable: Village Law § 1-100 through Village Law § 22-2200, inclusive, or any special law, except where the legislature has expressly prohibited supersession.