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§  6-610  Dedication of streets. An owner of land in a village who has  laid out a street thereon may dedicate such street, or any part thereof,  or an easement therein, to the village for a public street, or an  owner  may  dedicate  for  such  purpose land not laid out as a street. Upon an  offer in writing by the owner to make such a dedication,  the  board  of  trustees  may,  by  resolution,  determine to accept a dedication of the  whole or any part of the land described in such offer or  the  whole  or  any  part  of  such street, to be described in such resolution. Upon the  adoption of such a resolution the owner may execute and deliver  to  the  village clerk a proper conveyance of the land to be dedicated. The board  of   trustees   may  by  resolution,  accept  the  conveyance,  and  the  conveyance, shall thereupon be recorded in  the  office  of  the  county  clerk.  Upon the acceptance of the conveyance the land described therein  shall become and be a public street of the village. No street less  than  two rods in width shall be accepted by dedication, unless the resolution  adopting  same is passed by unanimous vote of the board of trustees. All  offers of dedication must be entered at length in  the  minutes  of  the  board of trustees.

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Statutes > New-york > Vil > Article-6 > 6-610

§  6-610  Dedication of streets. An owner of land in a village who has  laid out a street thereon may dedicate such street, or any part thereof,  or an easement therein, to the village for a public street, or an  owner  may  dedicate  for  such  purpose land not laid out as a street. Upon an  offer in writing by the owner to make such a dedication,  the  board  of  trustees  may,  by  resolution,  determine to accept a dedication of the  whole or any part of the land described in such offer or  the  whole  or  any  part  of  such street, to be described in such resolution. Upon the  adoption of such a resolution the owner may execute and deliver  to  the  village clerk a proper conveyance of the land to be dedicated. The board  of   trustees   may  by  resolution,  accept  the  conveyance,  and  the  conveyance, shall thereupon be recorded in  the  office  of  the  county  clerk.  Upon the acceptance of the conveyance the land described therein  shall become and be a public street of the village. No street less  than  two rods in width shall be accepted by dedication, unless the resolution  adopting  same is passed by unanimous vote of the board of trustees. All  offers of dedication must be entered at length in  the  minutes  of  the  board of trustees.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Vil > Article-6 > 6-610

§  6-610  Dedication of streets. An owner of land in a village who has  laid out a street thereon may dedicate such street, or any part thereof,  or an easement therein, to the village for a public street, or an  owner  may  dedicate  for  such  purpose land not laid out as a street. Upon an  offer in writing by the owner to make such a dedication,  the  board  of  trustees  may,  by  resolution,  determine to accept a dedication of the  whole or any part of the land described in such offer or  the  whole  or  any  part  of  such street, to be described in such resolution. Upon the  adoption of such a resolution the owner may execute and deliver  to  the  village clerk a proper conveyance of the land to be dedicated. The board  of   trustees   may  by  resolution,  accept  the  conveyance,  and  the  conveyance, shall thereupon be recorded in  the  office  of  the  county  clerk.  Upon the acceptance of the conveyance the land described therein  shall become and be a public street of the village. No street less  than  two rods in width shall be accepted by dedication, unless the resolution  adopting  same is passed by unanimous vote of the board of trustees. All  offers of dedication must be entered at length in  the  minutes  of  the  board of trustees.

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