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66-534.Resolution of disputes. (a) All disputes regarding lease terms and conditions shall be resolved by negotiation, mediation or, if necessary, by court action, as provided in this act.

(b) The parties shall first negotiate in good faith to resolve each such dispute. If each such dispute has not been resolved by negotiation within 60 days after negotiation is requested in writing, then upon the written request of either party, the parties shall agree upon an independent, qualified mediator to assist the parties in the resolution of each such dispute. If the parties are unable to agree upon a mediator within 30 days after such written request, then upon application of either party, the district court shall appoint an independent, qualified mediator to assist the parties in the resolution of each such dispute.

(c) If the parties are not successful in resolving a dispute arising under a lease through negotiation and mediation, as provided in this section, either party may commence an action in district court to resolve the dispute.

(d) In any determination of fair lease rental of the railroad land, the value of improvements owned by the tenant shall not be considered.

History: L. 1998, ch. 158, § 4; July 1.



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