DISSOLUTION AND MODIFICATION OF DISTRICTS
43-1311. Dissolution without election — Appointment of officer to marshal assets — Decree. In the exercise of the jurisdiction given it by this act, the court shall have the power to appoint such referee, master, auditor, or receiver as may be considered necessary or proper to marshal the assets, and protect or preserve them, or ascertain the true condition of such district; after due hearing and consideration of the evidence submitted, the court shall enter a decree establishing the legal and equitable rights, interests and priorities of all parties and claimants, and may decree and direct the sale of all or any part of the properties of the district, whether real, personal or mixed, and direct the disbursement and application of the proceeds and the payment of the costs of the proceeding, and may dissolve the district, or may approve and confirm any settlement or agreement of settlement made between the parties interested in such district, if a settlement is agreed upon by them, or may direct the payment of the indebtedness of the district in the order of priority determined and established by the decree, through assessments made as in case of the dissolution of villages, or may grant such other or further relief as may be equitable or proper in the premises.
[(43-1311) C.S., sec. 4435-C, as added by 1929, ch. 102, sec. 1, p. 167; I.C.A., sec. 42-1311.]