North Dakota Century Code Title 61. Waters § 61-35-42. Receiver of project--When appointed
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If the district defaults in the payment of the principal or interest on any of the bonds when due, whether at maturity or upon call for redemption, and the default continues for a period of thirty days, or if the district or the board, or officers, agents, or employees of the district fail or refuse to comply with the provisions of this chapter, or default in any agreement made under this chapter, or default in any agreement made with the holders of the bonds, any bondholder, or the trustee for any bondholder, may apply to the district court of the county in which all or any part of the project is located for the appointment of a receiver of the project whether or not all of the bonds have been declared due and payable and whether or not the holder or trustee is seeking or has sought to enforce any other right or to exercise any other remedy in connection with the bonds. Upon such application, the court may appoint a receiver of the project. If the application is made by the holders of twenty-five percent in principal amount of the outstanding bonds, or by any trustee for holders of the bonds in that principal amount, the court shall appoint a receiver of the project.
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