(a) “Good faith” means honesty in fact in the conduct of the transaction concerned;
(b) “improvement” means any public grain warehouse, building or other structure permanently affixed
to railroad land;
(c) “lease” means any agreement between a railroad and a tenant, under the terms of which a
tenant occupies the surface of railroad land, which shall include track leases when
the railroad is a class II or class III railroad as defined in 49 C.F.R. § 1201.1-1(a);
(d) “person” includes an individual, corporation, government, governmental subdivision or agency,
business trust, estate, trust, partnership, limited liability company, association
or any other legal or commercial entity and any successor or successors in interest
(e) “public grain warehouse” means any public warehouse or public grain warehouse, as defined in K.S.A. 34-223, and amendments thereto;
(f) “railroad” means any railroad company as defined in K.S.A. 66-2,123, and amendments thereto, and any successor or successors in interest thereto;
(g) “railroad land” means any land acquired by a railroad in strips for right-of-way and any parcel
or tract acquired by a railroad adjacent to its right-of-way, to aid in the construction,
maintenance and accommodation of its railway and which is occupied pursuant to a lease
by a tenant who owns improvements thereon;
(h) “railroad operations” means the movement, storage or servicing of railroad equipment used for transporting
persons or freight;
(i) “successor in interest” includes any agent, successor, assignee, trustee, receiver or other person acquiring
interests or rights in railroad land, including, but not limited to, the owner or
holder of any servient estate or right of reversion relating to railroad land; and
(j) “tenant” means any public warehouseman, as defined in K.S.A. 34-223, and amendments thereto, or other person primarily engaged in the sale or distribution
of fertilizer or agricultural chemicals used or useful in the production of agricultural
crops, occupying railroad land in good faith pursuant to a lease.
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