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24-1230.Notification of directors upon dissolution or partial dissolution of district; duties of secretary, treasurer and directors; effective date of dissolution; recordation of certificate of dissolution.    Upon receipt from the secretary of state of the certificate of dissolution of the watershed district or portion thereof under the provisions of this act, the secretary of the board of directors of said watershed district shall notify the directors of the watershed district of such certification.

The directors shall immediately pay all obligations of said district or portion thereof, including all costs incurred by the district, the chief engineer and secretary of state in regard to the dissolution proceedings, and the treasurer shall thereupon distribute all moneys in his hands belonging to the district or portion thereof in the manner prescribed by this act, and immediately after making such distribution, the treasurer shall notify the secretary of such distribution. Upon receipt of such notification, the secretary of the district shall have the certificate of dissolution published once in a newspaper of general circulation, located in the county wherein the registered office of said watershed district is located, and proof of such publication shall be filed in the office of the secretary of state. The effective date of the dissolution, unless otherwise provided, shall be the date on which the proof of publication is filed in the office of the secretary of state, but in no event shall the date of dissolution be a date prior to the date of publication of the certificate of dissolution. A certified copy of said certificate of dissolution of said district or portion thereof shall also be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of each county in which any portion of the dissolved district is located.

History: L. 1961, ch. 193, § 21; July 1.

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