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114 STAT. 2706 PUBLIC LAW 106-541—DEC. 11, 2000 (C) on acquisition by the Secretary of the Interior, would be accessible to the general public for use in conducting activities consistent with approved uses of the Refuge, (b) LIMITATIONS.— (1) IN GENERAL.— To the extent practicable, acquisitions under this title shall be of land within the Refuge. (2) No EFFECT ON ACQUISITION.—Nothing in this subsection limits the ability of the Secretary of the Interior to acquire land adjacent to the Refuge from a willing seller in cases in which the Secretary of the Interior also acquires land within the Refuge from the same willing seller. SEC. 808. ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS. (a) IN GENERAL.— Except as provided in subsection (b), the Secretary shall pay all administrative costs incurred in carrying out this title. (b) REIMBURSEMENT.— As a condition of the conveyance of any cabin site area under this title, the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior— (1) may require the party to whom the property is conveyed to reimburse the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior for a reasonable portion, as determined by the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior, of the direct administrative costs (including survey costs) incurred in carrying out conveyance activities under this title, taking into consideration any cost savings achieved as a result of the party's agreeing to purchase its cabin site as part of a single transaction for the conveyance of multiple cabin sites; and (2) shall require the party to whom the property is conveyed to reimburse the Association for a proportionate share of the costs (including interest) incurred by the Association in carrying out transactions under this title. SEC. 809. REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWALS. (a) IN GENERAL.— Upon execution of any patent or deed, by the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior, conveying land as specifically authorized by this title, any public land withdrawal affecting the land described in the conveyance document as being conveyed shall be revoked with respect to that land. (b) EXCLUSIONS.— Nothing in this section affects— (1) the status of any public land withdrawal on land retained by the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior; (2) the boundary of the Refuge as established by Executive Order No. 7509 (December 11, 1936); or (3) enforcement of any right retained by the United States. (c) REINSTATEMENT. —If, at any time after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary or the Secretary of the Interior reacquires land conveyed under this title, any public land withdrawal revoked under this section shall be reinstated with respect to the reacquired land. SEC. 810. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as are necessary to carry out this title.