TOWNS, CITIES, VILLAGE DISTRICTS, AND UNINCORPORATED PLACES
Any village district and any district now in existence having the rights and powers of a village district, may, at an annual meeting, by a 2/3 vote of its legal voters, terminate its existence and dispose of its corporate property. Upon the dissolution of any such district, the property, real and personal, which is contained within the former boundaries of the dissolved district shall continue to be subject to taxation and betterment assessments for the purpose of paying any unpaid bonds, notes, bills or other obligations incurred while the district was in existence, in the same manner as if the said district had not been dissolved. The selectmen of the town or towns in which the district was situated shall assess the taxes and betterment assessments in the same manner as if the district had not been dissolved and shall have the duty, authority, and power to pay such bonds, notes, bills or other obligations after the moneys received from such taxes and assessments. Provided, however, that in no case shall the total of any such taxes or assessment exceed the balance necessary to pay said bonds, notes, bills or other obligations after the net income derived from the property disposed of has been applied for the payment of the same.
Source. GL 107:8. PS 53:15. PL 57:20. RSA 52:21. 1967, 169:1, eff. June 9, 1967.