85-7-1007. Court decree and sale of assets. (1) The court, in its decree, shall have the power to make the orders necessary to carry out said proposition for the discharge of the indebtedness and distribution of the property of said district and may decree a sale of its assets in such manner as may effectuate said proposition and as the court may judge best, either in one lot or in such parcels as may be provided and may provide for conveyance of said irrigation system, including dams, reservoirs, canals, franchises, water rights, and other property and also of any other assets of the district, including lands sold thereto.
(2) The court, in its investigation and determination of said matter, may take into consideration the fact that payments have been made by certain of the water users in excess of other water users who have defaulted. In its decree the court may require that the purchaser of the assets may give consideration to various water users for payments theretofore made by them on the irrigation system.
History: En. Sec. 6, Ch. 60, L. 1933; re-en. Sec. 7253.6, R.C.M. 1935; R.C.M. 1947, 89-2007.