Amends GS 113A-235 to allow a soil and water conservation district to agree to terminate a conservation easement if the landowner requests in writing to terminate the easement and agrees to (1) reimburse the district for the costs associated with termination, (2) refund the purchase price, plus interest, (3) play liquidated damages if specified in the easement agreement, and (4) notify the county tax assessor of the termination.
Bill S 637 (2013-2014)Summary date: Apr 2 2013 - More information
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