A certified copy of the decree in a case of a mistake in the owner's identity shall
be certified by the clerk of the court to the clerk of the county having possession
of the “drainage record” book of the district, and the clerk shall copy the decree
on the drainage record book as a part of the records of the drainage district, and
file the decree among the papers in the cause in which the drainage district was established. The county clerk shall also certify a copy of the decree from the drainage record
book to the trustee of the county charged with the collection of the assessments against
the property affected by the decree, and the trustee shall note the changes on the
trustee's “drainage assessment book”, which has been made out and delivered to the
trustee by the county clerk, and thereafter collect the assessments on the property
according to the changes so made in the decree.
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