After considering the objections, if any, and making any corrections or alterations
in the tentative decree which the court shall consider just and proper, it shall give
instructions to the corporation counsel as to the preparation of the final decree,
which shall consist of the tentative decree altered and corrected in accordance with
the instructions of the court, together with a statement of the facts conferring on
the court jurisdiction of the proceeding, and that the amounts set opposite each parcel
in the column headed “final awards” constitute the compensation to which the respective
owners of or persons in any way interested in the property taken or extinguished in
such proceeding are justly entitled to receive from the city and a statement of the
respective owners and interested parties. In all cases where the owners or persons interested are unknown, or not fully known
to the court, it shall be sufficient to set forth and state in general terms the respective
sums to be allowed and paid to the respective owners and interested parties without
specifying their names or their estates or interests. The final decree shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the county where the
property affected by the proceeding is situated.
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