Section 11-92A-22

Dissolution of authority.

(a) At any time when no bonds of an authority are outstanding, an authority may be dissolved by the adoption by its board of directors of a resolution recommending its dissolution and the approval of such dissolution and the proposed articles of dissolution by the governing body of each county within an authority's authorized operational area by the adoption of a resolution to the effect that the governing body of such county concurs with the proposed dissolution of the authority. All counties within the authorized operational area of an authority must approve the articles of dissolution of an authority, or such articles of dissolution shall be invalid. Such resolution need not be published or posted and need not be offered for more than one reading. Upon receiving necessary approval under this section, the chairman and secretary of the dissolved authority shall execute articles of dissolution reciting that such resolutions have been adopted and that such authority has been dissolved. Such articles of dissolution shall be filed with the probate judge, who shall record them in an appropriate book.

(b) Upon dissolution of an authority, title to all its property shall be vested in such persons as shall be specified or in its articles of incorporation, or if no such specification exists, in its articles of dissolution, or if no such specification exists, in each county within the authority's authorized operational area at the time of dissolution to have and hold equally as tenants in common.

(Acts 1989, No. 89-404, p. 802, §22; Act 99-350, §14.)