§ 10.1-557. Duty of directors after certification of Board
Upon receiving from the Board certification that the Board has determined that the continued operation of the district is not administratively practicable and feasible, the district directors shall proceed to determine the affairs of the district. The district directors shall dispose of all property belonging to the district at public auction and shall pay the proceeds of the sale into the state treasury. The district directors shall then file an application, duly verified, with the Secretary of the Commonwealth, for the discontinuance of the district, and shall transmit with the application the certificate of the Board setting forth the determination of the Board that the continued operation of the district is not administratively practicable and feasible. The application shall recite that the property of the district has been disposed of and the proceeds paid over as provided by law, and shall set forth a full accounting of such properties and proceeds of the sale. The Secretary of the Commonwealth shall issue to the district directors a certificate of dissolution and shall record the certificate in an appropriate book of record in his office.
(Code 1950, § 21-110; 1964, c. 512; 1970, c. 480; 1988, c. 891.)Sections: Previous 10.1-550 10.1-551 10.1-552 10.1-553 10.1-554 10.1-555 10.1-556 10.1-557 10.1-558 10.1-559 10.1-559.1 10.1-559.2 10.1-559.3 10.1-559.4 10.1-559.5 Next
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