Section 6101.34 | Court order on appraisals.
If it appears to the satisfaction of the court after having heard and determined all the exceptions filed pursuant to section 6101.33 of the Revised Code that the estimated cost of constructing the improvement contemplated in the official plan is less than the benefits appraised, then the court shall approve and confirm the report of the board of appraisers of a conservancy district as modified and amended, and, except as otherwise provided in sections 6101.43, 6101.54, 6101.60, and 6101.78 of the Revised Code, such findings and appraisals are final and incontestable. In considering the appraisals made by the board, the court shall take cognizance of the official plan and of the degree to which it is effective for the purposes of the district. If the court finds that the estimated benefits appraised are less than the total costs of the execution of the official plan, exclusive of interest on deferred payments, it shall disapprove the report of the board of appraisers and may return said official plan to the board of directors of the conservancy district with the order for it to prepare new or amended plans or it may disorganize the district after having provided for the payment of all expenditures.
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- December 18, 1964 – House Bill 19, 105th General Assembly [ View December 18, 1964 Version ]