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Statutes > South-dakota > Title-46a > Chapter-13 > Statute-46a-13-25

46A-13-25. Costs borne by state--Assessments--Warrants. The cost of services and expenses of the drainage commission, all fees, costs and expenses relating to the procedure for assessing damages, costs of the equalization of benefits and costs of making assessments and issuance of warrants or bonds shall be added to the proportionate cost of construction of improvements borne by the state. It is intended that each state shall bear the expenses of its own representative or tribunal in making joint drainage improvement. All other costs and expenses of the procedure in making an improvement shall be borne jointly by the states according to the proportion of benefits theretofore determined. The commission may make one or more assessments for the purpose of raising money, or it may, in advance of making assessments, issue warrants payable only from assessments to be thereafter made. The warrants shall bear interest at a rate to be negotiated by the parties and may not be sold at less than their face value.

Source: SDC 1939, § 61.1111; SDCL, § 46-23-25; SL 1983, ch 28, § 61.