North Dakota Century Code Title 11. Counties

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  • Chapter 11-01. Names and Boundaries of Counties
  • Chapter 11-03. Division of Counties
  • Chapter 11-04. County Seat Location and Removal
  • Chapter 11-05. Consolidation of Counties
  • Chapter 11-05.1. County Consolidation Committee
  • Chapter 11-06. Changing County Lines
  • Chapter 11-07. Redistricting County
  • Chapter 11-08. County Consolidated Office Form of County Government
  • Chapter 11-09. County Managership
  • Chapter 11-09.1. Home Rule Counties
  • Chapter 11-10. General Provisions
  • Chapter 11-10.1. County Director of Tax Equalization
  • Chapter 11-10.2. County Officer Combination, Separation, and Redesignation
  • Chapter 11-10.3. Multisubdivisions Office Combinations
  • Chapter 11-11. Board of County Commissioners
  • Chapter 11-11.1. Job Development Authorities
  • Chapter 11-12. Changing Number of County Commissioners
  • Chapter 11-13. County Auditor
  • Chapter 11-14. County Treasurer
  • Chapter 11-15. Sheriff
  • Chapter 11-16. State's Attorney
  • Chapter 11-18. Recorder
  • Chapter 11-19.1. Medical County Coroner
  • Chapter 11-20. County Surveyor
  • Chapter 11-21. Public Administrator
  • Chapter 11-22. Deposit of Funds Held in Trust by County Officers
  • Chapter 11-23. County Budget
  • Chapter 11-24. Maps and Plats
  • Chapter 11-25. County Warrants
  • Chapter 11-27. Transfer of County Property
  • Chapter 11-28. County Parks and Recreational Areas
  • Chapter 11-28.1. County Special Service Districts
  • Chapter 11-28.2. Recreation Service Districts
  • Chapter 11-28.3. Rural Ambulance Service Districts
  • Chapter 11-30. Disorganization of Counties
  • Chapter 11-31. County Highway Engineer
  • Chapter 11-32. Memorials
  • Chapter 11-33. County Zoning
  • Chapter 11-33.2. Subdivision Regulation
  • Chapter 11-35. Regional Planning and Zoning Commissions

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