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80-941.Conveyance of cemetery property to Attica township in Sedgwick county; transfer of books, records, papers and fund. (a) The township board of Attica township in Sedgwick county is hereby authorized to acquire from the Pleasant Ridge cemetery association, with the consent of such association, the following described cemetery property and any improvements thereon: Beginning at the northeast corner of the northwest quarter of section 29, township 27 south, range 2 west of the 6th P.M., Sedgwick county, Kansas, then running west 532 feet, then running south 487 feet, then running east 268.5 feet, then running south 8 feet 11 links, then running east 264 feet to the east line, then running north 495 feet 11 links to the point of beginning.

(b) Upon the conveyance of the cemetery property under subsection (a), title to all such property shall vest in Attica township, and the permanent maintenance fund, if any, together with any investments then outstanding, and all books, records and papers of such cemetery shall be transferred to the treasurer of such township and shall become the property thereof. Upon the transfer of such property and funds, the township board shall care for and maintain such cemetery with any moneys of the cemetery corporation including the principal of and income from the permanent maintenance fund, if any; and, if such moneys are insufficient to properly maintain such cemetery, with funds of the township. The principal of and income from the permanent maintenance fund may be deposited in any appropriate fund of the township or may be invested in the manner provided for other township money, but shall be used exclusively for care and maintenance of such cemetery.

History: L. 1992, ch. 42, § 2; July 1.



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