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110 STAT. 3009 -519 PUBLIC LAW 104-208—SEPT. 30, 1996 (2) IDENTIFICATION OF PROPERTY. — The Secretary may identify, describe, and determine the property to be conveyed under this subsection. (3) EXCEPTION. —The Secretary may not convey any historical artifact, including any lens or lantern, located on the property at or before the time of the conveyance. (b) TERMS OF CONVEYANCE.— (1) IN GENERAL.— The conveyance of property under this section shall be made— (A) without payment of consideration; and (B) subject to the conditions required by this section and other terms and conditions the Secretary may consider appropriate. (2) REVERSIONARY INTEREST. —In addition to any term or condition established under this section, the conveyance of property under this subsection shall be subject to the condition that all right, title, and interest in the property shall immediately revert to the United States if— (A) the property, or any part of the property— (i) ceases to be used as a nonprofit center for the interpretation and preservation of maritime history; (ii) ceases to be maintained in a manner that ensures its present or future use as a Coast Guard aid to navigation; or (iii) ceases to be maintained in a manner consistent with the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 470 et seq.); or (B) at least 30 days before that reversion, the Secretary of Transportation provides written notice to the owner that the property is needed for national security purposes. (3) MAINTENANCE OF NAVIGATION FUNCTIONS.—A convey- ance of property under this section shall be made subject to the conditions that the Secretary of Transportation considers to be necessary to assure that— (A) the lights, antennas, sound signal, electronic navigation equipment, and associated lighthouse equipment located on the property conveyed, which are active aids to navigation, shall continue to be operated and maintained by the United States for as long as they are needed for this purpose; (B) the owner of the property may not interfere or allow interference in any manner with aids to navigation without express written permission from the Secretary of Transportation; (C) there is reserved to the United States the right to relocate, replace or add any aid to navigation or make any changes to the property as may be necessary for navigational purposes; (D) the United States shall have the right, at any time, to enter the property without notice for the purpose of maintaining aids to navigation; and (E) the United States shall have an easement of access to and across the property for the purpose of maintaining the aids to navigation in use on the property.