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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7301-7306



7301.  The unsold portions of the 16th and 36th sections of school
lands, the unsold portions of the 500,000 acres granted to the state
for school purposes, and the unsold portions of the listed lands
selected of the United States in lieu of the 16th and 36th sections
and losses to the school grant, may be sold by the commission under
rules and regulations prescribed, and at a price fixed, by the
commission.



7303.  The commission may, in the best interest of the state,
exchange any public lands for lands of the United States of equal
area or equal value, and the lands acquired in the exchange may then
be sold in the manner and for cash as provided by this article.




7303.5.  Whenever the commission finds that it is in the best
interests of the state for the acquisition of open space or for the
purposes of consolidating, assembling, or managing parcels of land
for the purposes authorized by this division, the commission may
exchange school lands under its jurisdiction for lands owned by any
state agency, political subdivision, or person, partnership, company,
or corporation, or by the United States or any federal agency;
provided, that the lands acquired pursuant to such exchange have
equal or greater value than the lands conveyed.
   Such acquired lands shall have the same status as to
administration, control, and disposition as the lands conveyed.
   The state may release the mineral rights in the lands conveyed, as
provided in Section 6401, if it receives the mineral rights in the
lands acquired.


7304.  Nothing in this article affects the right of the commission
to use as bases for indemnity scrip any lands embraced within the
exterior boundaries of a National reservation and not otherwise
disposed of under this article.


7305.  When payment has been made for land sold under this article,
the purchaser shall be entitled to a patent.



7306.  The commission may sell timber separately from the land.
Timber sold separately shall be removed in accordance with the Z'
Berg-Nejedly Forest Practice Act of 1973 (Chapter 8 (commencing with
Section 4511) of Part 2 of Division 4).

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Statutes > California > Prc > 7301-7306

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7301-7306



7301.  The unsold portions of the 16th and 36th sections of school
lands, the unsold portions of the 500,000 acres granted to the state
for school purposes, and the unsold portions of the listed lands
selected of the United States in lieu of the 16th and 36th sections
and losses to the school grant, may be sold by the commission under
rules and regulations prescribed, and at a price fixed, by the
commission.



7303.  The commission may, in the best interest of the state,
exchange any public lands for lands of the United States of equal
area or equal value, and the lands acquired in the exchange may then
be sold in the manner and for cash as provided by this article.




7303.5.  Whenever the commission finds that it is in the best
interests of the state for the acquisition of open space or for the
purposes of consolidating, assembling, or managing parcels of land
for the purposes authorized by this division, the commission may
exchange school lands under its jurisdiction for lands owned by any
state agency, political subdivision, or person, partnership, company,
or corporation, or by the United States or any federal agency;
provided, that the lands acquired pursuant to such exchange have
equal or greater value than the lands conveyed.
   Such acquired lands shall have the same status as to
administration, control, and disposition as the lands conveyed.
   The state may release the mineral rights in the lands conveyed, as
provided in Section 6401, if it receives the mineral rights in the
lands acquired.


7304.  Nothing in this article affects the right of the commission
to use as bases for indemnity scrip any lands embraced within the
exterior boundaries of a National reservation and not otherwise
disposed of under this article.


7305.  When payment has been made for land sold under this article,
the purchaser shall be entitled to a patent.



7306.  The commission may sell timber separately from the land.
Timber sold separately shall be removed in accordance with the Z'
Berg-Nejedly Forest Practice Act of 1973 (Chapter 8 (commencing with
Section 4511) of Part 2 of Division 4).


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Statutes > California > Prc > 7301-7306

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 7301-7306



7301.  The unsold portions of the 16th and 36th sections of school
lands, the unsold portions of the 500,000 acres granted to the state
for school purposes, and the unsold portions of the listed lands
selected of the United States in lieu of the 16th and 36th sections
and losses to the school grant, may be sold by the commission under
rules and regulations prescribed, and at a price fixed, by the
commission.



7303.  The commission may, in the best interest of the state,
exchange any public lands for lands of the United States of equal
area or equal value, and the lands acquired in the exchange may then
be sold in the manner and for cash as provided by this article.




7303.5.  Whenever the commission finds that it is in the best
interests of the state for the acquisition of open space or for the
purposes of consolidating, assembling, or managing parcels of land
for the purposes authorized by this division, the commission may
exchange school lands under its jurisdiction for lands owned by any
state agency, political subdivision, or person, partnership, company,
or corporation, or by the United States or any federal agency;
provided, that the lands acquired pursuant to such exchange have
equal or greater value than the lands conveyed.
   Such acquired lands shall have the same status as to
administration, control, and disposition as the lands conveyed.
   The state may release the mineral rights in the lands conveyed, as
provided in Section 6401, if it receives the mineral rights in the
lands acquired.


7304.  Nothing in this article affects the right of the commission
to use as bases for indemnity scrip any lands embraced within the
exterior boundaries of a National reservation and not otherwise
disposed of under this article.


7305.  When payment has been made for land sold under this article,
the purchaser shall be entitled to a patent.



7306.  The commission may sell timber separately from the land.
Timber sold separately shall be removed in accordance with the Z'
Berg-Nejedly Forest Practice Act of 1973 (Chapter 8 (commencing with
Section 4511) of Part 2 of Division 4).

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