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75-3364.Sale of certain land in Shawnee county; procedure; deed; proceeds. (a) The secretary of social and rehabilitation services is hereby authorized to sell and convey on behalf of the state of Kansas in the manner hereinafter provided the following described real estate, including any improvement thereon:  A part of fractional section 14, township 11, south-range 15, east of the 6th p.m. described as follows:  Beginning at the southwest corner of said section which is the northwest corner of Kaw Half Breed Reserve No. 3; thence north along the east line of Kaw Half Breed Reserve No. 2, 1107.15 feet to the northwest corner of said fractional section 24; thence east along the north line of said fractional section, 1158.57 feet; thence south 1106.67 feet to the north line of said Reserve No. 3; thence west 1156.60 feet to the point of beginning.  Containing 29.42 acres, more or less, all in Shawnee county, Kansas.

(b) Before any property shall be sold under the provisions of this act, the real estate described in subsection (a) shall be appraised by three disinterested appraisers acquainted with real estate values in Shawnee county and appointed as provided in K.S.A. 75-3043a and amendments thereto. Such appraisement shall be in writing and filed with the secretary, and the cost of the appraisement may be paid from the proceeds of the sale.  Upon the filing of such appraisement the secretary of social and rehabilitation services shall publish a notice for not less than three consecutive weeks in the Kansas register describing the real estate authorized to be sold by subsection (a), and stating the date, time and place at which such property shall be sold at auction. Subject to the approval of the governor, such sale shall be made to the highest responsible bidder whose bid is equal to or exceeds the appraisement. The secretary or governor may reject any and all bids, and in case all bids are rejected, the secretary shall again give notice that the property will be sold at auction, in the manner provided for the original offer for sale. In no event shall such real estate be sold for less than the appraisement thereof.

(c) Upon acceptance of any such bid, a deed conveying such real estate shall be executed and duly acknowledged by the secretary before an officer authorized by law to take acknowledgments.  Such deed shall contain a recital of all proceedings in compliance with this act, and such recital shall be prima facie evidence that the proceedings were had in the manner and form recited.  Such deed shall be approved as to form by the attorney general.

(d) When such real estate is sold, the proceeds thereof, after deduction of the expenses of such sale and the cost of the survey and the appraisement of the real estate, shall be paid into the state treasury to the credit of the state general fund.

History: L. 1994, ch. 177, § 1; July 1.

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