New York Consolidated Laws, Transportation Corporations Law - TCP § 89. Over state lands




The commissioner of general services shall have power to grant to any pipe line corporation any lands belonging to the people of this state which may be required for the purposes of its incorporation on such terms as may be agreed, or such corporation may acquire title thereto by condemnation, except that no pipe line corporation may condemn any canal lands abandoned pursuant to the provisions of article four of the public lands law, constituting chapter fifty of the laws of nineteen hundred nine, as amended, until after they have been sold and conveyed in the manner provided by the public lands law.  If any lands owned by any county, city or town be required by such corporation for such purposes, the county, city or town officers having charge of such lands may grant them to the corporation upon terms and compensation agreed upon.





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