Section 9-9-57


Any district organized under this article may be dissolved by the court of probate having jurisdiction thereof whenever it shall appear to said court that the works thereof need no further care or maintenance to preserve their efficiency and usefulness, that the maintenance of the works are not further conducive to the public health, convenience or welfare and that all obligations of such district have been liquidated and fulfilled; provided, that the court shall not consider the dissolution of any district except upon the petition of two thirds of the owners of real property owning not less than two thirds of the area taxed. Upon the filing of such petition, the same notice shall be served and the same opportunity shall be given for objections to the dissolution of the district as provided in this article upon the filing of a petition for the organization of a district.

(Acts 1965, No. 685, p. 1246, §58.)