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42-5252.  Contents of petition — Representations, certification and liability — Waiver of benefits upon exclusion. (1) A petition for exclusion shall set forth or include the following:
(a)  A description of the land and/or facilities of petitioner for which exclusion is requested, together with such evidence of ownership of the land and/or facilities as is satisfactory to the district board;
(b)  A representation that no mortgagee or other person holds a lien of record in the county where the land for which exclusion is requested is located, for which the lienholder’s consent to the exclusion is required or that, if such consent is required, the consent has been granted by the lienholder;
(c)  If the member seeks exclusion for all purposes, an explicit written waiver and relinquishment, on a form provided by the board or otherwise, of all right to rely upon or be covered by any program, plan, activity or benefits of any kind provided by or through the district;
(d)  If the member seeks to be excluded from the district for all purposes except mitigation, an explicit written waiver and relinquishment stating that the member recognizes and agrees that:
(i)   The member no longer will be entitled to vote or participate in the governance of the district, to nominate directors, or to serve as a director of the district except as specified in this chapter;
(ii)  The member will remain subject to all assessments pertaining to the district’s mitigation program(s) or plans;
(iii) The member will be entitled to receive no benefits of any kind from the district except those pertaining to mitigation purposes.
(e)  Regardless of whether the exclusion will be for all purposes or for all except mitigation purposes, an explicit written statement, on a form provided by the board or otherwise, that the member recognizes and agrees that he will remain liable to the district, and subject to assessment, for any financial indebtedness the member may have to the district for indebtedness incurred before exclusion occurs.
(2)  The district board shall return to the petitioner any petition not accompanied by the information required in subsection (1) of this section, and no further action shall be required of the board with respect to such petition. The petitioner shall be liable for any expenses or damages to lienholders or to other landowners or to the district resulting directly or indirectly from wrongful exclusion of lands by reason of untrue or incorrect statements in the petition.
(3)  The petition for exclusion shall be signed by the member and be acknowledged in front of a notary public in the same manner as for deeds of land.

[42-5252, added 1995, ch. 290, sec. 1, p. 1004.]

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