Authority of boards to maintain proceedings for judicial determination as to organization of district and other matters
- • scope of inquiry
(1) The board of directors of an irrigation district organized under ORS chapter 545, or the board of supervisors of a drainage district organized under the Drainage District Act, as defined in ORS 547.060 (Scope of Drainage District Act), may by petition commence special proceedings in the circuit court of the county in which the office of the district is located for the purpose of having a judicial examination and judgment of the court as to the regularity and legality of:
(a) The proceedings in connection with the organization of the district.
(b) The proceedings of the board and of the district, providing for and authorizing the issue and sale of bonds of the district, whether bonds have or have not been sold or disposed of.
(c) Any action or proceeding of the county court declaring the organization of the district, or declaring the result of any election therein.
(d) An order of the governing board of the district including or excluding any lands in or from the district, or declaring the result of any election, general or special.
(e) An order of such board levying any assessment, general or special.
(f) An order of such board ordering the issue of any bonds for any purpose, or determining any bond issue, or providing for the same.
(g) The authorization of contract with the United States, and the validity of the contract, whether or not it has been executed, and whether or not bonds are to be deposited with the United States.
(2) All the proceedings of an irrigation district or drainage district may be judicially examined and determined by the court in one special proceeding, or any part thereof may be separately examined and determined upon by the court. [Amended by 1995 c.42 §182; 1999 c.452 §27]
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