2013 Hawaii Revised Statutes
TITLE 9. PUBLIC PROPERTY, PURCHASING AND CONTRACTING
107. Public Improvements
107-3 Powers and duties of the department of accounting and general services.
Sections 107-1 to 107-11 designated as Part I by L 2007, c 82, §3.
§107-3 Powers and duties of the department of accounting and general services. The powers and duties of the department of accounting and general services shall include:
(1) The powers and duties heretofore attached to the surveyor general, except such as relate to the geodetic survey of the Hawaiian Islands;
(2) The surveying, locating land boundaries, triangulation, mapping, subdividing, studying land titles and boundaries, preparing metes and bounds descriptions, marking land boundaries, and other work related thereto of all lands owned, controlled or in the possession of the State, when such action is required in order to use, sell, lease, exchange, or improve such lands, and, when requested, the performing of similar services with regard to private lands to be acquired by the State for public purposes;
(3) Collaborating with the state departments and agencies in acquiring lands required by the State for public purposes, the cost in connection therewith to be borne by the department or agency acquiring the land. [L 1951, c 283, §1; RL 1955, §103-1; am L Sp 1959 2d, c 1, §12; HRS §107-3]
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