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82a-611. Dissolution. Whenever a petition signed by three-fourths of the landowners in any water-supply district organized under provisions of this act, and acts amendatory and supplemental thereto, is presented to the board of county commissioners of the county wherein said district is located, and it shall appear from said petition that said district owns no property of any kind, exclusive of records, maps, plans and files; that all of its debts and obligations have been fully paid; that the board of directors have not held a meeting for more than one year prior to the date of signing said petition; that the district is not functioning, and will probably continue to be inoperative, the board of county commissioners shall after such finding issue a certificate stating the allegations in said petition as true and declaring said water-supply district dissolved, and shall make full minutes of such hearing in its journal and deliver said certificate to the secretary of said district. The secretary of said district shall within thirty days thereafter deliver all records, maps, plans and files to the county clerk, and thereupon said district shall be dissolved.

History: L. 1941, ch. 7, ยง 11; June 30.


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