2020 Minnesota Statutes
Chapter 15B — Capitol Area
Chapter 15B — Capitol Area Planning And Preservation
Section 15B.23 — Conveyances Of Property.
Subdivision 1. Conveyances; St. Paul. (a) The city of St. Paul may convey to the state, without compensation, any property within the Capitol Area that is owned by the city.
(b) The state may transfer to the city, without compensation, any property acquired for the purposes in section 15B.01 within the street lines of streets established as a part of the city's part of the comprehensive plan.
(c) Capitol Area tax-forfeited land held by the state in trust for its taxing subdivisions is not subject to sale or repurchase except as provided in this section and section 15B.24 unless a law expressly changes or supersedes this section or section 15B.24 to provide otherwise.
Subd. 2. Conveyances; St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Agency. (a) The board may direct the commissioner of administration to convey a parcel to the St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Agency after the parcel vests, unencumbered, in the state under this section or section 15B.24.
(b) The conveyance must be without compensation and made by quitclaim deed, and is subject to any restrictive easements the board determines to be necessary to implement the comprehensive plan.History:
1969 c 1150 s 4; 1971 c 25 s 10; 1971 c 926 s 2; 1982 c 422 s 1; 2003 c 17 s 1, subds 42,44;2