Whenever federal funding is not involved, and real property is acquired by any condemning
authority through negotiation in advance of a condemnation action or through a condemnation
action, and which acquisition will result in the displacement of any person, the condemning
(a) Provide the displaced person, as defined in the federal uniform relocation assistance
and real property acquisition policies act of 1970, fair and reasonable relocation
payments and assistance to or for displaced persons.
(b) Fair and reasonable relocation payments and assistance to or for displaced persons
as provided under sections 202, 203 and 204 of the federal uniform relocation assistance
and real property acquisition policies act of 1970, and amendments thereto, shall
be deemed fair and reasonable relocation payments and assistance pursuant to this
(c) Nothing in this section shall preclude the voluntary negotiation of fair and reasonable
relocation payments and assistance between the displaced person and condemning authority.
If such negotiations lead to agreement between the displaced person and the condemning
authority, that agreement shall be deemed fair and reasonable.
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