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PUBLIC LAW 101-442—OCT. 18, 1990 104 STAT. 1025 release of any hazardous substance, the State or political subdivision of the State shall be liable to pay to the Secretary, on behalf of the United States, the fair market value of the land, including the value of any improvements thereon, as of the date of conversion of the land to the nonconforming purpose. All amounts received by the Secretary pursuant to this subparagraph shall be retained by the Secretary and used, subject to appropriations, for the management of public lands and shall remain available until expended. SEC. 207. NOTICE AND ENFORCEMENT. (a) PuBuc NOTICE.— (1) As soon as practicable after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary, in consultation with appropriate officials of the State, shall take steps to notify residents of the State as to the nature and location of the listed uplands and islands to be granted or otherwise transferred to the State under this title. (2)(A) The State, or a political subdivision thereof, shall provide notice in writing to the Secretary with regard to any conveyance or other transfer by the State to a political subdivision thereof of any of the lands granted or otherwise transferred to the State under this title. In the event that such notice is not received within one year after any such conveyance or transfer, such conveyance or transfer by the State shall be void ab initio and all right, title, and interest in and to the land covered by such attempted conveyance or transfer shall revert to the United States. (B) No later than five years after the date of enactment of this Act, and every five years thereafter, the State shall submit to the Secretary a report as to the present ownership, management, and use of the lands granted or otherwise transferred to the State pursuant to this title. (3) The Secretary shall maintain in the appropriate office of the Bureau of Land Management a current listing of the lands granted or otherwise transferred to the State under this title, including a record of which, if any, of such lands have been conveyed or otherwise transferred by the State to a political subdivision thereof. (b) ENFORCEMENT. — (1) Any person may submit to the Secretary a complaint alleging that the State or a political subdivision thereof has failed to comply with the requirements of this title or that actions have occurred which have had the effect of causing the reversion to the United States of some or all of the lands granted or otherwise transferred to the State under this title. (2) In the event that the Secretary determines that a complaint received under this subsection is supported by evidence sufficient to warrant further investigation, the Secretary shall investigate the matter. (3) If, as a result of an investigation under paragraph (2) or for any other reason, the Secretary determines that title to some or all of the lands granted or otherwise transferred to the State under this title has reverted to the United States pursuant to this title, the Secretary shall take all necessary steps to enforce such reversion and to stop use of any part of such lands for any purpose incompatible with the purposes specified in section 206(b)(2) of this title. Reports. Investigations.