The court, within 90 days from the receipt of the petition, or within 90 days from the time funds are available to defray the cost of the investigation, shall declare that the proposed project is or is not feasible, will conform to public health and conform to public convenience and welfare. If the project is not feasible, the court shall dismiss the petition. If the court deems the project feasible and conforming to public convenience and welfare, it shall immediately execute a certificate setting forth a copy of the petition declaring that the petition is approved, and file it in the Office of the Secretary of State and a copy of it, certified by the secretary of state, in the office of the county auditor of each county in which any of the lands in the district are located. Thereupon, the district, under its designated name, shall be a body politic and corporate under the provisions of sections 110A.01 to 110A.36 and a public corporation of the state.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes