2006 Kansas Code - 79-2935

      79-2935.   Creation of indebtedness in excess of budget unlawful; exceptions. It shall be unlawful for the governing body of any taxing subdivision or municipality in any budget year to create an indebtedness in any manner or in any fund after the total indebtedness created against such fund shall equal the total amount of the adopted budget of expenditures for such fund for that budget year. Any indebtedness incurred by the governing body or any officer or officers of such taxing subdivision or municipality in excess of said amount shall be void as against such taxing subdivision or municipality: Provided, That indebtedness may be created in excess of the total amount of the adopted budget of expenditures for the current budget year only when payment has been authorized by a vote of the municipality, or when provision has been made for payment by the issuance of bonds, or when provision has been made for payment by the issuance of warrants authorized by the commission in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 79-2938, 79-2939 and 79-2940.

      History:   L. 1933, ch. 316, § 11; L. 1941, ch. 377, § 10; June 30.

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