DRAINAGE OF LANDS
Outstanding securities and contracts not affected.
Drainage proceedings equitable in nature.
Amendment of documents.
General rules relating to signatures on petitions.
General rules applicable to notices of hearings.
General procedure for obtaining consent or approval of the court in drainage proceedings.
General procedure for drainage board hearings.
General rules; drainage proceedings in court.
Costs in drainage proceedings.
Certiorari; drainage board decisions.
Guardian ad litem; failure to appoint.
Assistance to drainage districts.
Proceedings when drainage area is in more than one county.
Right to enter lands of drainage district.
Controversies between districts.
Limitation of damages and suits.
Transition for certain drainage districts.
APPOINTMENT, POWERS AND DUTIES OF DRAINAGE BOARD
Appointment and organization of drainage board.
Limited liability of drainage board members.
County treasurer to serve as treasurer of drainage districts.
Board to keep records.
Conflict of interest prohibited.
General powers of the drainage board.
Power of board to contract with the federal government and other agencies.
Power of board to levy assessments for costs.
Board to file annual report.
ORGANIZATION OF DRAINAGE DISTRICTS
Who may petition for organization of a drainage district.
Contents of petition.
Referral of petition to board; examination of lands; hearing by board.
Special procedure in cases affecting navigable waters.
Report to the court.
Drainage project may be stopped prior to organization of district.
Hearing by the court; organization of drainage district.
Laying out drains, assessment of benefits and award of damages in newly organized district.
GENERAL RULES APPLICABLE TO ASSESSMENTS
Assessments for costs to be certified to register of deeds; assessments are lien on lands.
Assessment for connection to district drain.
Payment of assessments for costs.
Unpaid drainage assessments to be collected as taxes.
Collection of assessments as delinquent taxes.
Contesting validity of assessments.
Procedure upon discovering omitted assessments.
Reassessment of benefits.
Apportionment of assessments when assessed parcel is divided.
Assessment of county and municipal lands.
Assessment of one district by another; judgment against district.
When state lands subject to assessment; right-of-way across state lands.
BORROWING MONEY; REFINANCING;
COMPROMISE OF DEBTS
Refunding district obligations.
Compromise and discharge of obligations.