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  209.035.  Proceeds from involuntary conversion, how treated — receipt defined. — 1.  Any proceeds from involuntary conversion of real property into personal property (such as forced transfer under condemnation, eminent domain, and fire, flood or other act of God) received by a recipient while eligible to receive blind pension benefits under existing laws shall be considered real property for a period of one year from the time of their receipt.

  2.  For the purposes of this section the word "receipt" means actual receipt of the proceeds or the payment into court of the proceeds, except that in condemnation cases where the initial exception to the commissioner's award is filed by the condemning authority, the word "receipt" means receipt of an award under a final judgment.


(L. 1972 S.B. 483)

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