Section 11-15-18

Dissolution.

At any time when the corporation does not have any warrants outstanding, the governing body may adopt a resolution, which shall be duly entered upon the minutes of the governing body, declaring that the corporation shall be dissolved. Upon the filing for record of a certified copy of said resolution in the office of the judge of probate of the county, the corporation shall thereupon stand dissolved, and, in the event it owned any property at the time of its dissolution, the title to all its property shall thereupon vest in the county. In the event the corporation shall at any time have outstanding warrants issued under this chapter payable out of the revenues from different projects, then, as and when the principal of and interest on all warrants payable from the revenues derived from any project shall have been paid in full, title to the project with respect to which the warrants so paid in full have been paid shall thereupon vest in the county, but such vesture of title in the county shall not affect the title of the corporation to any other project the revenues from which are pledged for the payment of any other warrants then outstanding. The formation and dissolution of one corporation under the provisions of this chapter shall not prevent the subsequent formation hereunder of other corporations in the same county.

(Acts 1951, No. 682, p. 1172, §18.)