§ 55-323

Courts to fix boundaries of villages to prevent animals from running at large

The circuit court of any county in which is situated any village or unincorporated community having within defined boundaries a population of 300 or more, shall have jurisdiction as herein provided, to fix the boundaries of such village or unincorporated community for the purpose of preventing those animals specified in § 55-306 from running at large within such boundaries.


Code 1950, § 8-893; 1977, c. 624; 1979, c. 486.


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