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  176.020.  Any state educational institution empowered to acquire and to construct a project necessary for the use of students. — 1.  Any state educational institution of the state of Missouri, as herein defined, shall have the power, acting through its governing body, to acquire, construct, erect, equip, furnish, operate, control, manage and regulate a project, as herein defined, as in the judgment of such governing body shall be necessary, advisable, and suitable for the use of students attending such educational institution.

  2.  Such state educational institutions shall have the further power to use real property now or hereafter belonging to such educational institution as a site for any such project, or to acquire by purchase, lease, gift or otherwise such real or personal property as in the judgment of the governing body of such educational institution shall be necessary, advisable and suitable for such purpose.

  3.  In acquiring such property such educational institution shall have the power to condemn any and all rights or property, either public or private, of every kind and character, necessary for the purposes aforesaid, and in the exercise of such power of condemnation, it shall follow the procedure which is now or may hereafter be provided by law for the appropriation of land or other property taken for telegraph, telephone or railroad rights-of-way.


(L. 1945 p. 1715 § 2)

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