Suffolk County, NY
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Suffolk County Legislature as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Conveyance of property — See Ch. 29.
[Adopted 12-17-1991 by Res. No. 1028-1991 (Ch. 706, Art. I, of the 1985 Code)]
No parcel of County-owned land shall be transferred to any municipality, pursuant to § 72-h of the New York General Municipal Law, for any governmental purpose unless such municipality covenants and agrees not to bill or charge back to the County of Suffolk any cost incurred or projected to be incurred by said municipality for the cleaning up of debris on said property.
Any deed executed to transfer any interest of the County of Suffolk in property to any such municipality in violation of the provisions of this article shall be deemed null and void ab initio, and title to said land shall revert back to the County of Suffolk in such instance.
Each and every deed executed by the County of Suffolk pursuant to a transfer authorized by § 72-h of the New York General Municipal Law shall contain a covenant reciting the policy set forth in §§ 1060-1 and 1060-2 above.[1]
Editor’s Note: Former Art. II, Auction of Surplus or Obsolete Equipment, adopted 8-26-2003 by Res. No. 708-2003 (Ch. 706, Art. II, of the 1985 Code), was repealed 7-29-2014 by L.L. No. 23-2014. See now Administrative Code § A8-10.