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Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.35

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.35



5079.35.  (a) The office may acquire any interest in real property
pursuant to Section 5079.20, or personal property pursuant to Section
5079.21, with historical, including archaeological, significance, or
necessary for the preservation or management of any such property,
in order to prevent the loss of historic integrity or imminent
destruction or to otherwise secure the preservation of the historical
resource.
   (b) The office may undertake conservation or preservation
activities for historical resources acquired under this chapter.
   (c) The office shall encourage, to the greatest extent feasible,
the acquisition of historical resources by other qualified
purchasers, and the acquisition of the property shall only occur with
the office acting as the buyer of last resort.
   (d) The office shall take all feasible action to return or
transfer title to the historical resources to a nonprofit
organization, public agency, private entity, or individual, for all
properties acquired for historical resources preservation under this
chapter.
   (e) Prior to taking any action towards the acquisition of any
historical property, the office shall consult as needed with the
appropriate city or county in order to better assess the historical
significance of the historical property.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.35

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.35



5079.35.  (a) The office may acquire any interest in real property
pursuant to Section 5079.20, or personal property pursuant to Section
5079.21, with historical, including archaeological, significance, or
necessary for the preservation or management of any such property,
in order to prevent the loss of historic integrity or imminent
destruction or to otherwise secure the preservation of the historical
resource.
   (b) The office may undertake conservation or preservation
activities for historical resources acquired under this chapter.
   (c) The office shall encourage, to the greatest extent feasible,
the acquisition of historical resources by other qualified
purchasers, and the acquisition of the property shall only occur with
the office acting as the buyer of last resort.
   (d) The office shall take all feasible action to return or
transfer title to the historical resources to a nonprofit
organization, public agency, private entity, or individual, for all
properties acquired for historical resources preservation under this
chapter.
   (e) Prior to taking any action towards the acquisition of any
historical property, the office shall consult as needed with the
appropriate city or county in order to better assess the historical
significance of the historical property.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5079.35

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5079.35



5079.35.  (a) The office may acquire any interest in real property
pursuant to Section 5079.20, or personal property pursuant to Section
5079.21, with historical, including archaeological, significance, or
necessary for the preservation or management of any such property,
in order to prevent the loss of historic integrity or imminent
destruction or to otherwise secure the preservation of the historical
resource.
   (b) The office may undertake conservation or preservation
activities for historical resources acquired under this chapter.
   (c) The office shall encourage, to the greatest extent feasible,
the acquisition of historical resources by other qualified
purchasers, and the acquisition of the property shall only occur with
the office acting as the buyer of last resort.
   (d) The office shall take all feasible action to return or
transfer title to the historical resources to a nonprofit
organization, public agency, private entity, or individual, for all
properties acquired for historical resources preservation under this
chapter.
   (e) Prior to taking any action towards the acquisition of any
historical property, the office shall consult as needed with the
appropriate city or county in order to better assess the historical
significance of the historical property.


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