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Minnesota Statutes Water (Ch. 103A-114B) § 110A.35. Dissolution

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Subdivision 1. Dissolution requirements.  Any district may be dissolved by authorization of a majority vote of the electors, qualified to vote for district directors, voting thereon at a special election called by the board of directors for that purpose, notice of which shall be mailed to each qualified elector at least 20 days prior to the date of the election and the procedure for which shall conform as nearly as may be to the procedure provided in section 110A.24, for the election of directors.  The district shall discharge its obligations before dissolution.  The board may liquidate noncash assets prior to dissolution.

Subd. 2. Time of effect;  filing.  Dissolution shall be completed upon resolution of the board of directors canvassing the vote and declaring that a majority of the qualified electors voting thereon have voted in favor of dissolution.  A verified copy of the resolution shall be filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and with the auditors of counties within the district.

Subd. 3. Applications for appropriation of water.  In case of dissolution all applications for appropriation of water shall be canceled and all rights of the district in applications shall end.

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