All objections or protests relating to the validity of the proceedings had under this
division, and not otherwise provided for in this division, shall be made in writing
and filed in the manner and not later than the time at which protests or objections
may be filed for the hearing designated in the resolution or ordinance of intention,
and any protest or objection relating to the validity of the proceedings had under
this division not made at such time and in such manner shall be waived and may not
thereafter be urged, pleaded or raised in any action or proceeding, and the adoption
of a resolution or ordinance finally ordering the acquisition or improvement shall
be conclusive evidence that the proceedings prior thereto under this division are
valid and sufficient.
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