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The proprietors of every ditch, conduit, reservoir or other works for the diversion, carrying or storage of water for irrigation, now in existence, shall within thirty days after the approval of this act, and the proprietors of every such works hereafter formed shall, immediately upon the commencement of the construction of such works, cause to be chosen a superintendent of such ditch, conduit or other works, upon whom may be served processes in actions wherein may be brought in question the right of such ditch, conduit, reservoir or other works to the waters appropriated, carried or stored by means thereof, and all notices required by this act to be served upon the proprietors of such works in any proceedings for the adjudication of the rights and priorities to the use of water among the several appropriators, and all notices touching the administration of such works.
They shall forthwith cause the name and address of such superintendent to be certified in writing to the clerk of the district court in and for each county in which such works or any part thereof shall be situated. In case of the death, resignation or removal of any such superintendent from his office, the proprietors of every such works shall forthwith choose some other person in his stead, and certify his name and address in like manner as herein above provided.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 42. Irrigation § 42-392. Superintendent of ditch or works; service of process upon; certification of name to district court; vacancies - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-42-irrigation/ks-st-sect-42-392/
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