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105 STAT. 366 PUBLIC LAW 102-75—JULY 26, 1991 section 2, all right, title, and interest of the United States in such lands shall vest in the University. (c)(l) Subsections (a) and (b) of this section shall not take effect unless, within six months after the date of enactment of this Act the University and the State have entered into a binding agreement with the Secretary whereby the State and the University agree— (A) to accept the map referred to in section 2 as accurate and conclusive and that the University and the State will not attempt to convey or otherwise transfer any portion of the encroached lands to any party or parties other than the occupants; and (B) to reimburse the Secretary for the administrative costs of implementing this Act plus half the costs of the survey required by section 2, and also to pay the Secretary, on behalf of the United States, an amount equal to the total amounts that the State and the University receive as consideration for convey- ance of some of all of the encroached lands to any of the occupants in excess of reasonable costs (including the survey and other costs required by this Act) incurred by the University and the State incident to such conveyance. (2) All amounts received by the Secretary pursuant to this subsection shall be retained by the Secretary and, subject to appropriations, shall be used for the management of public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and shall remain available until expended. SEC. 4. AVAILABILITY OF SURVEY PLAT. The survey plat referred to in section 2 shall be available for public inspection in the offices of the Secretary and the State Director of the Bureau of Land Management for the State of Washington, and the Secretary shall transmit copies thereof to the University and to the appropriate officials of the State and of San Juan County, Washington. SEC. 5. AMENDMENT. The 1921 Act is hereby amended by the addition at the end thereof of the following new section: "SEC. 2. (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, if any land, or portion thereof, granted or otherwise conveyed to the State of Washington is or shall become contaminated with hazardous substances (as defined in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (42 U.S.C. 9601)), or if such land, or portion thereof, has been used for purposes that the Secretary of the Interior finds may result in the disposal, placement or release of any hazardous substance, such land shall not, under any circumstance, revert to the United States. "(b) If lands granted or conveyed to the State by this Act shall be used for purposes that the Secretary of the Interior finds: (1) inconsistent with the purposes of this Act, and (2) which may result in the disposal, placement or release of any hazardous substance, the State shall be liable to pay to the Secretary of the Interior, on behalf of the United States, the fair market value of the land, including the value of any improvement, thereon, as of the date of conversion of the land to the nonconforming purpose. All amounts received by the Secretary of the Interior pursuant to this subsection shall be retained by the Secretary of the Interior and used, subject