Section 4-3-61

Procedure for dissolution.

At any time when no bonds of the authority are outstanding, the authority may be dissolved upon the filing with the judge of probate in the county in which is filed the certificate of incorporation of an application for dissolution, which shall be subscribed by each of the members of the authority and sworn to by each member before an officer authorized to take acknowledgments to deeds and shall have appended thereto a certified copy of a resolution of the authorizing subdivision or authorizing subdivisions consenting to such dissolution. Upon the filing of such application for dissolution, the authority shall cease to exist. Said probate judge shall receive and record the application for dissolution in an appropriate book of record in his office. Upon dissolution, all rights, title and interests of the authority in property shall be vested in the authorizing subdivisions pursuant to the provisions of the certificate of incorporation or, in the absence of such provisions, shall be vested in the authorizing subdivisions, share and share alike.

(Acts 1977, No. 331, p. 433, §22.)