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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XVIII
PUBLIC LANDS AND PROPERTY
Chapter 270
PUBLIC LANDS
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CHAPTER 270
CHAPTER 270
PUBLIC LANDS
270.01
Grant to aid construction of certain railroads accepted.
270.02
Titles of purchasers and transferees of railroad companies confirmed.
270.07
Certain public lands not to be sold without advertisement.
270.08
Notice of sale of public lands.
270.10
Sections not to impair law relative to homesteads, preemptions, or grants of lands for certain purposes.
270.11
Contracts for sale of public lands to reserve certain mineral rights; prohibition on exercise of right of entry in certain cases.
270.16
Preservation of equity of state in lands sold; board of trustees may compromise unpaid balance.
270.17
Foreclosure of mortgage for balance of purchase price on state lands.
270.18
Tax liens extinguished when lands revert to state; exception.
270.19
Reconveyance to state; extinguishes tax liens.
270.20
When title reverts to state; lands go back to department from which it originated.
270.21
Transactions to which sections applicable.
270.22
Proceeds of state lands to go into Internal Improvement Trust Fund; exception.
270.23
Disposition of proceeds of state lands.
270.24
Payment of special assessments or levies upon state lands.
270.25
Special assessments or levies shall remain liens subject to payment.
270.26
Lands to which sections do not apply.
270.27
Sale of unused public lands.
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