(a) Immediately after such ordinance of any such city shall become effective:
(1) The treasurer of such cemetery association shall pay over, transfer or deliver
to the city treasurer of such city all moneys, bonds, securities and records of such
cemetery association in his or her possession or under his or her control and such
city treasurer shall issue his or her receipt therefor to the treasurer of such association;
(2) the board of directors of such cemetery association shall transfer or turn over
to such city all of the other property, assets, books and records of such association
and the transfer of any real estate or interest therein of such association shall
be made by deed or other appropriate instrument of conveyance executed as provided
in section 17-3007 of the General Statutes of 1949.
(b) Upon the disposal of all the assets and property of such cemetery association
as hereinbefore provided, the secretary of such association shall file an affidavit
with the secretary of state stating that all the property and assets have been disposed
of in compliance with the provisions of this act and that the board of directors have
adopted a resolution to dissolve the association as provided in K.S.A. 14-1049, which affidavit shall be accompanied by a copy of the publication notice provided
for in K.S.A. 14-1049 together with an affidavit or proof of publication by the manager or publisher of
the newspaper in which said notice was published. Said corporation shall be deemed to be dissolved on the date of the filing of said
affidavit and publication notice and proof thereof.
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