Texas Special District Local Laws Code - SDLL § 3874.106. Adding or Removing Territory
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The board may add or remove territory under Subchapter J, Chapter 49, Water Code, and Section 54.016, Water Code, except that:
(1) the addition or removal of the territory must be approved by:
(A) the governing body of the city by ordinance, order, or resolution; and
(B) the owners of the territory being added or removed;
(2) a reference to a tax in Subchapter J, Chapter 49, Water Code, or Section 54.016, Water Code, means an ad valorem tax; and
(3) territory may not be removed from the district if bonds or other obligations of the district payable wholly or partly from ad valorem taxes or assessments levied or assessed on the territory are outstanding.
Sec. 12. (a) A living will declaration or a life prolonging procedures will declaration may be revoked at any time by the declarant by any of the following:
(1) A signed, dated writing.
(2) Physical cancellation or destruction of the declaration by the declarant or another in the declarant's presence and at the declarant's direction.
(3) An oral expression of intent to revoke.
(b) A revocation is effective when communicated to the attending physician.
(c) No civil or criminal liability is imposed upon a person for failure to act upon a revocation unless the person had actual knowledge of the revocation.
(d) The revocation of a life prolonging procedures will declaration is not evidence that the declarant desires to have life prolonging procedures withheld or withdrawn.
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