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76-495.State board of regents authorized to sell certain property in Riley county, Kansas; procedure; use of proceeds. (a) The state board of regents is hereby authorized and empowered, for and on behalf of Kansas state university of agriculture and applied science, to sell and convey all of the rights, title and interest in the following described real estate, and any improvements thereon, located in Riley county, Kansas:

A tract of land in Lot 8 in Section 18, Township 10 South, Range 8 East of the 6th P.M., in the City of Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of the Donald Coffin Memorial Addition to the City of Manhattan, as set forth in Plat Book I, Page 33, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas, said point being 15 feet South of a point that is 20 rods East and 20 rods South of the Northwest Corner of said Lot 8, of said Section 18 and marked by a ½ inch iron bar (said point of beginning also being the Northeast corner of the tract of land conveyed to Pearl E. Evans as described in Warranty Deed, dated January 20, 1930 and recorded in Book 177, Page 404, in office of Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas); thence proceed South 00°02′20″ West 125.07 feet along the West line of the Donald Coffin Memorial Addition (Deed, South 125.65 feet, more or less), to the Northeast corner of Reynolds Addition to the City of Manhattan, as set forth in Plat Book I, Page 46, in office of Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas marked by a ½ inch iron bar (said point also being the Northeast corner of the tract of land conveyed to The Omega Tau Epsilon Fraternity as described in Quitclaim Deed, dated April 25, 1931, and recorded in Book 160, Page 549, in office of Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas); thence proceed South 90°00′00″ West 165.47 feet (Deed, West 165 feet, more or less) along the North line of said Reynolds Addition to the Northwest corner of said Reynolds Addition and a ½ inch iron bar (said point also being the Southwest corner of the tract of land conveyed to Pearl E. Evans as described in Warranty Deed, dated April 25, 1931 and recorded in Book 189, Page 71 in office of Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas); thence proceed North 00°00′08″ East 38.32 feet (Deed, North 38.5 feet) to a corner of a tract conveyed to Manhattan Christian College, Inc., by Quitclaim Deed, dated April 2, 1974, and recorded in Book 364, Page 40, in office of Register of Deeds of Riley County, Kansas and a ½ inch iron bar; thence proceed North 90°00′00″ East 75.22 feet (Deed, East 75 feet) along the southerly line of the said Manhattan Christian College tract to the Southeast corner thereof and a ½ iron bar; thence proceed North 00°01′07″ East 86.75 feet (Deed, North 86.15 feet, more or less) along the East line of said Manhattan Christian College tract to a "+" cut in concrete on the South line of West Laramie Street; thence proceed North 90°00′00″ East 90.30 feet (Deed, East 90 feet, more or less) along the South right of way line of West Laramie Street to the point of beginning, containing 0.325 acres.

(b) Conveyance of such rights, title and interest in such real estate, and any improvements thereon, shall be executed in the name of the state board of regents by its chairperson and executive officer. Any proceeds from sale of such real estate, and any improvements thereon, shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of an appropriate account of the restricted fees fund of Kansas state university. Such proceeds shall be applied to or utilized for the repair, remodeling, construction or reconstruction of department of housing facilities and to make modifications for compliance with the federal Americans with disabilities act.

(c) No sale and conveyance of real estate, and any improvements thereon, authorized by this section shall be made by the state board of regents until the deeds, titles and conveyances have been reviewed and approved by the attorney general.

History: L. 1994, ch. 30, § 1; July 1.



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