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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.520



5096.520.  (a) The Secretary of the Resources Agency shall establish
a central public registry of all conservation easements held or
required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds provided
by an agency, department, or division of the state on or after
January 1, 2000. In constructing the registry, the Resources Agency
shall draw upon the Department of General Services' property
inventory, and other information held by a state agency, department,
division, or other sources.
   (b) For the purposes of this section, "conservation easement"
means any limitation in a recorded instrument that contains an
easement, restriction, covenant, condition, or offer to dedicate,
that has been executed by or on behalf of the owner of the land
subject to that limitation and is binding upon successive owners of
the land, and the purpose of which is to retain land predominantly in
its natural, scenic, historical, agricultural, forested, or
open-space condition. "Conservation easement" includes a conservation
easement as defined in Section 815.1 of the Civil Code, an
open-space easement as defined in Section 51075 of the Government
Code, and an agricultural conservation easement as defined in Section
10211.
   (c) The registry shall only include the following information on
each conservation easement listed in the registry:
   (1) The assessor's parcel numbers for the property covered by the
easement.
   (2) The purpose of the easement.
   (3) The location of the easement, identified by county and nearest
city.
   (4) The identity of the easementholder.
   (5) The size of the easement in acres.
   (6) The date the easement transaction was recorded.
   (7) The amount of funding provided by the agency, department, or
division of the state holding or requiring the easement or providing
state grant funds for the easement.
   (d) An agency, department, or division of the state with
conservation easements that are held or required by the state or
purchased with state grant funds shall enter and keep current the
information specified in subdivision (c) for those easements in the
registry established pursuant to this section.
   (e) On or before January 1, 2009, the Secretary of the Resources
Agency shall make the registry available for use by the general
public. Only the information pertaining to paragraphs (2) to (6),
inclusive, of subdivision (c) regarding conservation easements held
or required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds
provided by an agency, department, or division of the state on or
after January 1, 2006, shall be provided by the Secretary of the
Resources Agency on the Internet. Personal identifying information
shall not be posted on the Internet. The registry shall be updated
biennially.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.520

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.520



5096.520.  (a) The Secretary of the Resources Agency shall establish
a central public registry of all conservation easements held or
required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds provided
by an agency, department, or division of the state on or after
January 1, 2000. In constructing the registry, the Resources Agency
shall draw upon the Department of General Services' property
inventory, and other information held by a state agency, department,
division, or other sources.
   (b) For the purposes of this section, "conservation easement"
means any limitation in a recorded instrument that contains an
easement, restriction, covenant, condition, or offer to dedicate,
that has been executed by or on behalf of the owner of the land
subject to that limitation and is binding upon successive owners of
the land, and the purpose of which is to retain land predominantly in
its natural, scenic, historical, agricultural, forested, or
open-space condition. "Conservation easement" includes a conservation
easement as defined in Section 815.1 of the Civil Code, an
open-space easement as defined in Section 51075 of the Government
Code, and an agricultural conservation easement as defined in Section
10211.
   (c) The registry shall only include the following information on
each conservation easement listed in the registry:
   (1) The assessor's parcel numbers for the property covered by the
easement.
   (2) The purpose of the easement.
   (3) The location of the easement, identified by county and nearest
city.
   (4) The identity of the easementholder.
   (5) The size of the easement in acres.
   (6) The date the easement transaction was recorded.
   (7) The amount of funding provided by the agency, department, or
division of the state holding or requiring the easement or providing
state grant funds for the easement.
   (d) An agency, department, or division of the state with
conservation easements that are held or required by the state or
purchased with state grant funds shall enter and keep current the
information specified in subdivision (c) for those easements in the
registry established pursuant to this section.
   (e) On or before January 1, 2009, the Secretary of the Resources
Agency shall make the registry available for use by the general
public. Only the information pertaining to paragraphs (2) to (6),
inclusive, of subdivision (c) regarding conservation easements held
or required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds
provided by an agency, department, or division of the state on or
after January 1, 2006, shall be provided by the Secretary of the
Resources Agency on the Internet. Personal identifying information
shall not be posted on the Internet. The registry shall be updated
biennially.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.520

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.520



5096.520.  (a) The Secretary of the Resources Agency shall establish
a central public registry of all conservation easements held or
required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds provided
by an agency, department, or division of the state on or after
January 1, 2000. In constructing the registry, the Resources Agency
shall draw upon the Department of General Services' property
inventory, and other information held by a state agency, department,
division, or other sources.
   (b) For the purposes of this section, "conservation easement"
means any limitation in a recorded instrument that contains an
easement, restriction, covenant, condition, or offer to dedicate,
that has been executed by or on behalf of the owner of the land
subject to that limitation and is binding upon successive owners of
the land, and the purpose of which is to retain land predominantly in
its natural, scenic, historical, agricultural, forested, or
open-space condition. "Conservation easement" includes a conservation
easement as defined in Section 815.1 of the Civil Code, an
open-space easement as defined in Section 51075 of the Government
Code, and an agricultural conservation easement as defined in Section
10211.
   (c) The registry shall only include the following information on
each conservation easement listed in the registry:
   (1) The assessor's parcel numbers for the property covered by the
easement.
   (2) The purpose of the easement.
   (3) The location of the easement, identified by county and nearest
city.
   (4) The identity of the easementholder.
   (5) The size of the easement in acres.
   (6) The date the easement transaction was recorded.
   (7) The amount of funding provided by the agency, department, or
division of the state holding or requiring the easement or providing
state grant funds for the easement.
   (d) An agency, department, or division of the state with
conservation easements that are held or required by the state or
purchased with state grant funds shall enter and keep current the
information specified in subdivision (c) for those easements in the
registry established pursuant to this section.
   (e) On or before January 1, 2009, the Secretary of the Resources
Agency shall make the registry available for use by the general
public. Only the information pertaining to paragraphs (2) to (6),
inclusive, of subdivision (c) regarding conservation easements held
or required by the state, or purchased with state grant funds
provided by an agency, department, or division of the state on or
after January 1, 2006, shall be provided by the Secretary of the
Resources Agency on the Internet. Personal identifying information
shall not be posted on the Internet. The registry shall be updated
biennially.

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