The board of education of unified school district No. 241, Wallace county, is hereby
authorized to transfer a tract of land located in the southeast corner of the southeast
quarter (SE 1/4 ) of section one (1), township fifteen (15) south, range thirty-nine (39), west of
the sixth p.m. in Wallace county, Kansas, and more particularly described as commencing
at the southeast corner of said section one (1), thence in a northerly direction along
the east section line of said section one (1), a distance of four hundred seventeen
feet, six inches (417′ 6″); thence in a westerly direction at right angles, a distance
of four hundred seventeen feet, six inches (417′ 6″); thence in a southerly direction
at right angles, a distance of four hundred seventeen feet, six inches (417′ 6″) more
or less, to the south line of said section one (1); thence in an easterly direction
along the south line of said section one (1), four hundred seventeen feet, six inches
(417′ 6″) more or less, to the point of beginning, containing approximately four acres,
more or less, together with the building thereon, to Harrison township of Wallace
county, for a township hall and community center in consideration of $1 and no other
consideration, and upon such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed upon by
both parties. The transfer authorized by this act shall be made by warranty deed if in the opinion
of the attorney of the board of education such a deed is appropriate, and if in the
opinion of the attorney a warranty deed is not appropriate, such transfer shall be
made by quitclaim deed. The provisions of K.S.A. 72-3216, and amendments thereof, shall not apply to the transaction authorized by this act.
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