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  321.100.  Hearing — adjudication — corporate powers. — Upon the hearing if it shall appear that a petition for the organization of a district has been signed and presented pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, and that the allegations of the petition are true and that no protesting petition has been filed, or if one has been filed, that the facts adduced in behalf thereof at the hearing are insufficient to sustain the protesting petition, the court shall, by order duly entered of record, adjudicate all questions of jurisdiction, declare the district organized, define the boundaries thereof, and give it a corporate name by which in all proceedings it shall thereafter be known, and thereupon the district, subject to the election herein provided, shall be a political subdivision of the state of Missouri and a body corporate with all the powers of like or similar corporations.


(L. 1947 V. I p. 432 § 11, A.L. 1969 H.B. 322)

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