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§ 782. Adoption of compact by Dresden School District-Article XII
The Dresden School District, otherwise known as the Hanover-Norwich Interstate School District, authorized by New Hampshire laws of 1961, chapter 116, and by the laws of Vermont, is hereby authorized to adopt the provisions of this compact and to become an interstate school district within the meaning hereof, upon the following conditions and subject to the following limitations:
a. Articles of agreement shall be prepared and signed by a majority of the directors of the interstate school district.
b. The articles of agreement shall be submitted to an annual or special meeting of the Dresden district for adoption.
c. An affirmative vote of two-thirds of those present and voting shall be required for adoption.
d. Nothing contained therein, or in this compact, as it affects the Dresden School District shall affect adversely the rights of the holders of any bonds or other evidences of indebtedness then outstanding, or the rights of the district to procure the means for payment thereof previously authorized.
e. The corporate existence of the Dresden School District shall not be terminated by such adoption of articles of amendment, but shall be deemed to be so amended that it shall thereafter be governed by the terms of this compact. (Added 1967, No. 243 (Adj. Sess.).)