(a) If a majority of the electors at the election vote in favor of the dissolution
of the district and the issuance of bonds and the levy of taxes for the payment of
the bonds, the board shall issue and sell the bonds or any part of them. The bonds shall be known as “dissolution bonds.”
(b) The board may deliver the dissolution bonds or any part of them in satisfaction
of the valid, enforceable indebtedness of the district for which the bonds are issued,
or in payment of expenses incurred or to be incurred in connection with the dissolution
of the district, or in payment of services rendered or to be rendered to the district.
(c) The dissolution bonds shall be:
(1) serially numbered, commencing with the first maturities;
(2) issued in the name of the district;
(3) signed by the president; and
(4) attested by the secretary, with the seal of the district attached.
(d) The board shall determine the maturities of the bonds not to exceed seven years
from their date, the denominations of the bonds, and the interest.
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