Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, when the governing body of a municipality
determines that all or part of a tract of land, with or without improvements, owned
by the municipality is not then needed for municipal purposes, it may, by ordinance,
authorize a private sale and conveyance of the property, or any part thereof, to the
county in which it is located, without compliance with any other law governing disposal
of lands by municipalities, for a consideration which may be nominal, and containing
a limitation that the lands or buildings shall be used only for public purposes of
the county, and that if the lands or buildings are not used in accordance with the
limitation, title thereto shall revert to the municipality without any entry or reentry
made thereon on behalf of the municipality.
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