KANSAS OFFICE of
  REVISOR of STATUTES

  

Home >> Statutes >> Back


Click to open printable format in new window.Printable Format
 | Next

42-722. Dissolution of district; petition to chief engineer. Except as provided by K.S.A. 42-722a, and amendments thereto, whenever a petition signed by a majority of the members of the board of directors of an irrigation district, or by a majority of the qualified owners of irrigable land within a district as defined in K.S.A. 42-701, and amendments thereto, organized or existing under provisions of this act, is presented to the chief engineer praying for the dissolution of the district, and it shall appear from the petition that the district has no real property; that the board of directors has not held a meeting, other than those meetings held for the purpose of considering any aspect of the election of members of the board of directors, for more than one year prior to the date resulting in signing and presentation of the petition; and that the district is not functioning, had ceased to function and will probably continue inoperative and that all indebtedness and obligations of the district have been satisfied, the chief engineer, after such finding, shall issue a certificate in duplicate, declaring the irrigation district dissolved. The chief engineer shall forward the original of the certificate to the secretary of state and the duplicate to the secretary of the board of directors of the irrigation district. The certificate shall: (a) Direct the secretary of the district to file all minutes and records of the district with the county clerk of the county wherein the registered office of the irrigation district is located; (b) direct the officer of such district having custody of any personal property other than moneys to make such disposition as the chief engineer deems proper; and (c) direct the treasurer of such district to transfer to the county treasurers of the counties within such district, moneys held in the name of the district, to be distributed by such treasurer in proportion to the number of acres of each county within the district. The county treasurer shall deposit such moneys into the county general fund. The irrigation district shall be dissolved and cease to exist upon expiration of 30 days after the date of the issuance of such certificate, or upon expiration of 30 days after a final order pursuant to K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 82a-1901, and amendments thereto, or a final judicial determination affirming the findings of the chief engineer, as set out in the certificate, in event that an appeal is taken therefrom.

History: L. 1941, ch. 262, § 22; L. 1974, ch. 197, § 1; L. 1979, ch. 155, § 3; L. 1993, ch. 212, § 2; L. 1999, ch. 130, § 2; July 1.

Law Review and Bar Journal References:

"1999 Legislative Wrap Up," Ron Smith, 68 J.K.B.A. No. 7, 16 (1999).


 | Next

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL
  11/09/2023 Meeting Notice  Agenda
  08/09/2023 Meeting Notice Agenda
  06/05/2023 Meeting Notice Agenda
  04/25/2023 Meeting Notice Agenda
  LCC Policies

REVISOR OF STATUTES
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by KSA
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by Bill
  Chapter 72 Statute Transfer List
  Kansas School Equity & Enhancement Act
  Gannon v. State
  Information for Special Session 2021
  General Info., Legal Analysis & Research
  2022 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2021 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2020 Amended & repealed Statutes
  2019 Amended & Repealed Statutes

USEFUL LINKS
Session Laws

OTHER LEGISLATIVE SITES
Kansas Legislature
Administrative Services
Division of Post Audit
Research Department