2017 Arkansas Code
Title 22 - Public Property
Chapter 5 - State Lands Generally
Subchapter 3 - Administration
§ 22-5-304. Survey in case of doubtful location of state lands -- Actions to quiet title

Universal Citation: AR Code § 22-5-304 (2017)
  • (a) In cases where the location of lands claimed by the state appears to be doubtful or subject to controversy because of faulty descriptions or otherwise, the Commissioner of State Lands shall cause those lands to be surveyed in order to accurately locate the lands or shall request the assistance of other state agencies and of state and county officers and employees in ascertaining the location of the lands.
  • (b) The Commissioner of State Lands may request the Attorney General to bring an action to confirm or quiet title to the land in the state.
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