2013 Mississippi Code
§ 39-7-13 - Designation of sites located upon private lands as Mississippi landmarks; recordation; marking

MS Code § 39-7-13 (2013) What's This?

Any site located upon private lands which is determined by majority vote of the board to be of sufficient archaeological, historical or architectural significance may be designated by the board as a Mississippi landmark. It is specifically provided, however, that no such site shall be so designated upon private land without the written consent of the landowner or landowners in recordable form sufficiently describing the site so that it may be located. Upon such designation the consent of the landowner shall be recorded in the deed records of the county in which the land is located. Any such site upon private land shall be marked by at least one (1) marker, approved by the board, bearing the words "Mississippi Landmark" for each five (5) acres of area.

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