2006 New York Code - Conditions And Terms Of Leases.

    §  56.  Conditions  and terms of leases. Leases for canal lands, canal
  terminals and canal terminal lands shall include:
    1. the period of time for such leases, provided that the initial  term
  of  such  leases may not exceed forty years, and renewals of such leases
  may not exceed an additional forty years beyond such initial terms;
    2. requirements that the  lessee  take  no  actions  or  construct  no
  improvements  that  will  interfere  with navigation, except that if the
  corporation determines that  any  potential  adverse  interference  with
  navigation can be reasonably mitigated, the corporation shall include in
  the lease such requirements as may be necessary to effectuate mitigation
  of impediments to navigation;
    3.  proper  covenants  to assure the payment of adequate consideration
  for the interests leased, and to  further  protect  the  state  and  the
  corporation as is deemed necessary by the corporation;
    4.  provisions  requiring  that payments on the lease shall be paid to
  the corporation;
    5. provisions relating to public access, where feasible, to lands  and
  waters  of  the  canal system; provided however that the corporation may
  require that public access  be  restricted  in  those  cases  where  the
  corporation  determines  that  public  safety  will  be  served  by such
    6.  provisions  providing  a  right  of  entry  for   commission   and
  corporation members and personnel and equipment for canal purposes; and
    7.  such  other terms as the corporation shall determine are necessary
  and  appropriate  for  the  implementation  of  this  article  and   the
  preservation of the state's interest in the canal system.

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