Sec. 58.458. JUDGMENT IN VALIDATION SUIT. (a) After the trial of the validation suit, if the judgment of the court is adverse to the district on any issue, the district may make an exception and point out the error, and the error may be corrected by the judge in the manner directed by the court.
(b) The judgment shall be rendered showing that the corrections have been made and that the bonds or the contract with the United States are binding obligations of the district.
(c) After the judgment is entered, it is res judicata in all cases which may arise in connection with:
(1) the collection of the bonds or their interests;
(2) any taxes levied to pay charges or any money required to pay a contract with the United States; and
(3) all matters relating to the organization and validity of the district or the validity of the bonds or contract.
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