Chapter 380 of the Local Government Code allows municipalities to offer incentives for economic development such as trade and retail projects. In particular, it plans to offer loans and grants of funds or urban services at a reduced or non-reduced cost, in order to promote the economic development of the State and local and to stimulate commercial and commercial activities. (4) shall be entered in the land registers of each borough in which part of the land in that district is located. Chapter 381 of the Local Government Code allows counties to create incentives that encourage developers to build in their jurisdictions. A county may manage and develop a program to provide loans and grants of public money, in order to foster the economic development of the state or local and to stimulate, promote and develop commercial establishment and activity in the county. (2) extend the municipality`s planning power over the land by providing for an urban plan to be drawn up by the landowner and approved by the municipality by authorising certain general uses and the development of the land; (e) A municipality of a county concerned, within the meaning of section 16.341 of the Water Code, may not conclude an agreement under that sub-chapter that is incompatible with the model rules provided for in section 16.343 of the Water Code. To provide a grant or loan, a city must have an incentive implementation program in place. Before proceeding, cities must review their city rights or local policies that may limit a city`s ability to provide a charge or subsidy. (h) An agreement between a municipality and a landowner concluded before the date of entry into force of this section and in accordance with this section shall be validated. (3) authorise the application by the municipality of certain common rules on land use and town planning in the same way as the rules are applied within municipal borders; (8) determine the use and development of the land before and after the annexation, if the parties agree to annex it;  or The Landkreis can also develop and manage a program for the conclusion of a tax reduction agreement. This tool allows counties to negotiate directly with developers and businesses.

(f) the agreement concluded between the management body of the municipality and the landowner is linked to the municipality and the landowner, as well as to his successors and his respective addressees for the duration of the contract.  The agreement does not bind the final purchasers of land fully developed and improved during development, with the exception of land tenure and development rules that may apply to a given piece of land, and does not create any burden on the property. (g) An agreement under this sub-chapter constitutes an authorization under Chapter 245. (4) authorise the application by the municipality of measures other than those in force within the municipal borders, as may be agreed between the landowner and the municipality; (a) In this sub-chapter, the letter “extraterritorial jurisdiction” means the extraterritorial jurisdiction of a municipality in accordance with Chapter 42. . . .