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Minnesota Statutes Water (Ch. 103A-114B) § 110A.10. Instruments constituting petition

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The petition may contain any number of separate instruments, and to each sheet for petitioners' signatures shall be attached a full and correct copy of the petition.  Every sheet of every petition containing signatures shall have below the signatures an affidavit by the circulator in substantially the following form:

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․․․․․․․․․․․․․․, being first duly sworn, deposes, that the affiant is the circulator of the foregoing petition containing ․․․․․․․․ signatures;  that each person whose name appears on the petition sheet personally signed the petition in the presence of affiant;  that the affiant believes that each signer is an owner of the land described opposite the signer's signature, to be included within the proposed district, residing at the address written opposite the signer's name, and that affiant stated to every petitioner the legal effect and nature of the petition before each signed.



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