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PUBLIC LAW 103-181—DEC. 3, 1993 107 STAT. 2055 "(B) on or after the date of enactment of this subsection, the applicant for the assistance enters into an agreement with the Director that provides assurances that— "(i) any property acquired, accepted, or from which a structure will be removed pursuant to the project will be dedicated and maintained in perpetuity for a use that is compatible with open space, recreational, or wetlands management practices; "(ii) no new structure will be erected on property acquired, accepted or from which a structure was removed under the acquisition or relocation program other than— "(I) a public facility that is open on all sides and functionally related to a designated open space; "(II) a rest room; or "(III) a structure that the Director approves in writing before the commencement of the construction of the structure; and "(iii) after receipt of the assistance, with respect to any property acquired, accepted or from which a structure was removed under the acquisition or relocation program— "(I) no subsequent application for additional disaster assistance for any purpose will be made by the recipient to any Federal entity; and "(II) no assistance referred to in subclause (I) will be provided to the applicant by any Federal source. "(3) STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION. —Nothing in this subsection is intended to alter or otherwise affect an agreement for an acquisition or relocation project carried out pursuant to this section that was in effect on the day before the date of enactment of this subsection.". SEC. 4. TREATMENT OF REAL PROPERTY BUYOUT PROGRAMS. 42 USC 4601 (a) INAPPLICABILITY OF URA.—The purchase of any real property under a qualified buyout program shall not constitute the maJdng of Federal financial assistance available to pay all or part of the cost of a program or project resulting in the acquisition of real property or in any owner of real property being a displaced person (within the meaning of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970). (b) DEFINITION OF "QUALIFIED BUYOUT PROGRAM".—For purposes of this section, the term "qualified buyout program" means any program that— (1) provides for the purchase of only property damaged by the major, widespread flooding in the Midwest during 1993; (2) provides for such purchase solely as a result of such flooding; (3) provides for such acquisition without the use of the power of eminent domain and notification to the seller that acquisition is without the use of such power; (4) is carried out by or through a State or unit of general local government; and