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  26.050.  Governor may sell such lands and execute deed. — Whenever any property is bid off by him for the state, he shall have the power to sell the same to any person or persons desiring to buy the same from the state, on such terms and conditions as he may think wise and conducive to the best interests of the state, and on behalf of the state, to execute proper deeds therefor to the purchaser or purchasers.  Such deed or deeds executed by him shall be countersigned by the secretary of state, and have thereto attached the great seal of the state, and shall be by him duly acknowledged before some officer authorized to take acknowledgments of deeds.


(RSMo 1939 § 12700)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 11076; 1919 § 6940; 1909 § 7944


Powers and duties, office of administration, sale of state property, 37.005

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