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76-2037.Same; appraisers; limitation on amount which may be paid for property; eminent domain; payment for property acquired. Before any agreement shall be made to purchase the property described in K.S.A. 76-2036, the secretary of the state historical society shall request the attorney general to appoint three (3) disinterested appraisers to determine the market value of the property sought to be acquired, and no agreement shall be entered into nor purchase made of the land so appraised for a consideration greater than such market value appraisal. The consideration to be paid for such property in accordance with negotiated agreement shall not, in any case, exceed the sum of one hundred ninety thousand dollars ($190,000). Fees for such appraisers shall be paid from funds appropriated to the state historical society. If the state historical society, or its authorized designee, is unable to negotiate an agreement to purchase the lands herein described, he or she may discontinue negotiation and proceed to acquire the fee simple title to such lands by exercising the power of eminent domain and the attorney general shall, upon request from the state historical society or its authorized designee, immediately exercise the power of eminent domain in the name of the state for the acquisition of such property; and the said historical society is authorized to use any moneys appropriated for the purpose to pay for lands so acquired.

History: L. 1973, ch. 345, § 2; May 2.



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