2017 Mississippi Code
Title 89 - Real and Personal Property
Chapter 19 - Mississippi Conservation Easements
§ 89-19-11. Capital improvements on property upon which easements have been granted

Universal Citation: MS Code § 89-19-11 (2017)

With the exception of "Mississippi Landmarks," as defined by the Antiquities Law of Mississippi (Section 39-7-1 et seq., Mississippi Code of 1972) and of properties entered in the National Register of Historic Places, no public money, derived either from a special fund or the General Fund, shall be expended for capital improvements on any real property upon which a conservation easement has been granted unless the conservation easement is perpetual, a governmental body is the holder of the easement and the capital improvements are solely for the use and benefit of such holder.

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