Section 11-89A-21

Dissolution of authority; vesting of title to authority's property.

At any time when an authority has no bonds or other obligations outstanding, its board may adopt a resolution, which shall be duly entered upon its minutes, declaring that the authority shall be dissolved. Upon filing for record of a certified copy of the said resolution in the office of the judge of probate with which the authority's certificate of incorporation is filed, the authority shall thereupon stand dissolved and in the event it owned any property at the time of its dissolution, the title to all its properties shall, subject to any constitutional prohibition or inhibitions to the contrary, thereupon vest in one or more counties or municipalities in such manner and interests as may be provided in the said certificate of incorporation; provided, however, that if said certificate of incorporation contains no provision respecting the vesting of title to the properties of the authority, title to all such properties shall, subject to any constitutional provisions or inhibitions to the contrary, thereupon vest in its determining subdivision, or if such authority shall have more than one determining subdivision, in its determining subdivisions as tenants in common.

(Acts 1980, No. 80-278, p. 368, §22; Acts 1989, No. 89-744, p. 1476, §11.)