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  92.895.  Authority's seal, powers. — 1.  Such land reutilization authority shall be a continuing body and shall have and adopt an official seal which shall bear on its face the words "Land Reutilization Authority of ______, Missouri", "Seal", and shall have the power to sue and issue deeds in its name, which deed shall be signed by the chairman or vice chairman, and attested by the secretary or assistant secretary and the official seal of the land reutilization authority affixed thereon, and shall have the general power to administer its business as any other corporate body.

  2.  The land reutilization authority may convey title to any real estate sold or conveyed by it by general or special warranty deed, and may convey as absolute title in fee simple, without in any case procuring any consent, conveyance or other instrument from the beneficiaries for which it acts; provided, however, that each such deed shall recite whether the selling price represents a consideration equal to or in excess of two-thirds of the appraised value of such real estate so sold or conveyed, and if such selling price represents a consideration less than two-thirds of the appraised value of the real estate, then the land reutilization commissioners shall first procure the consent thereto of not less than two of the three appointing authorities, which consent shall be evidenced by a copy of the action of each such appointing authority duly certified to by its clerk or secretary attached to and made a part of land reutilization authority commission official minutes.  However, the land reutilization authority may retain a reversionary interest in any real estate conveyed by it for up to two years from the date of conveyance.


(L. 1971 H.B. 472 § 38, A.L. 1984 H.B. 1500)

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