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HB 349, 51st Regular Session
Relating to validate all subdivisions and detachments of territory from common school districts and common county line school districts and the annexation thereof to contiguous independent school districts; validating the enlarged independent school districts resulting therefrom and conferring upon such independent districts all the powers possessed in their original statues or by other independent school districts; validating the acts of all school officials pertaining thereto; validating all independent school districts so enlarged whether by all or only a portion of the common school district so subdivided, declaring the territory so subdivided and annexed to be legal and integral parts of such enlarged districts; validating all elections and other acts for spreading all the prior obligations of said independent district over their entire territory after such enlargement; validating all taxes of such districts; validating all bonds issued in such enlarged districts and the elections authorizing the same; validating the closing of elementary schools in such annexed territory, sale of school property, disposition of the proceeds.

Author: George M. Parkhouse
Coauthor: William Otey Reed | Preston P. "Pete" Mangum | John L. Crosthwait | Douglas Ernest Bergman | Sam C. Hanna

Education--School Districts
Validating Acts

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