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1. Notwithstanding section fifty-seven of this article, the governor is hereby authorized to cede to the United States full concurrent jurisdiction over the tracts of land comprising the Pershing Center, United States Military Academy, West Point Military Reservation, acquired by the United States for military purposes upon conditions that the jurisdiction so ceded should not prevent the execution on such tracts of any process, civil or criminal, issued under the authority of this state, nor prevent from operating within the bounds of such tracts any of the laws or regulations of the state, not incompatible with the free use and enjoyment of the premises by the United States or the purposes for which such cession is made, nor prevent from operating within the same tracts or parcels of land the laws or ordinances of the county of Orange, town of Highlands, or the village of Highland Falls, not incompatible with the free use and enjoyment of the premises by the United States or the purposes for which such cession is made; and that the United States shall retain such jurisdiction so long only as such tracts or parcels of land shall be used for military purposes.
2. Sections fifty-two, fifty-three, fifty-five and fifty-six of this article shall not apply to the provisions of this section.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New York Consolidated Laws, State Law - STL § 52-b. Governor may execute deed or release with sundry reservations; Pershing Center, West Point Military Reservation - last updated January 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ny/state-law/stl-sect-52-b.html
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