The state engineer shall manage, operate, and supervise all properties transferred
to it by this chapter; may enter into any agreements regarding such property; may
enforce all rights of the owner in its own name; may issue and enforce administrative
orders and recover the cost of the enforcement from the party against which enforcement
is sought; and may make and execute all instruments of release or conveyance as may
be required pursuant to agreements made with respect to such assets, whether such
agreements were made heretofore, or are made hereafter. The state engineer may enter agreements with the game and fish department or other
law enforcement entities to enforce this chapter and rules adopted under this chapter.
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