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Michigan State Constitution Article X, Section 5

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Citation: Mich. Const. art. X 5

Citation: M. C. L. A. Const. Art. 10, 5


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 01/2014

Summary:   This section describes the State legislature's authority over all state land and the requirement that all departments that have supervision or control of any state land submit an annual report as to the status of such land to the legislature .


Statute in Full:
ARTICLE X

PROPERTY

§ 5 State lands.

Sec. 5.

The legislature shall have general supervisory jurisdiction over all state owned lands useful for forest preserves, game areas and recreational purposes; shall require annual reports as to such lands from all departments having supervision or control thereof; and shall by general law provide for the sale, lease or other disposition of such lands.

The legislature by an act adopted by two-thirds of the members elected to and serving in each house may designate any part of such lands as a state land reserve. No lands in the state land reserve may be removed from the reserve, sold, leased or otherwise disposed of except by an act of the legislature.

 

History: Const. 1963, Art. X, § 5, Eff. Jan. 1, 1964.

 



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