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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2130

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PUBLIC LAW 98-473—OCT. 12, 1984

Mariana Islands, or any political subdivision or instrumentality thereof, surplus real and related personal property determined by the Attorney General to be required for correctional facility use by the authorized transferee or grantee under an appropriate program or project for the care or rehabilitation of criminal offenders as approved by the Attorney General. Transfers or conveyance under this authority shall be made by the Administrator without monetary consideration to the United States. If the Attorney General determines that any surplus property transferred or conveyed pursuant to an agreement entered into between March 1, 1982, and the enactment of this subsection was suitable for transfer or conveyance under this subsection, the Administrator shall reimburse the transferee for any monetary consideration paid to the United States for such transfer or conveyance. "(2) The deed of conveyance of any surplus real'and related personal property disposed of under the provisions of this subsection— "(A) shall provide that all such property shall be used and maintained for the purpose for which it was conveyed in perpetuity, and that in the event the property ceases to be used or maintained for that purpose, all or any portion of the property shall, in its then existing condition, at the option of the United States, revert to the United States; and "(B) may contain such additional terms, reservations, restrictions, and conditions as may be determined by the Administrator to be necessary to safeguard the interests of the United States. "(3) With respect to surplus real and related personal property conveyed pursuant to this subsection, the Administrator is authorized and directed— "(A) to determine and enforce compliance with the terms, conditions, reservations, and restrictions contained in any instrument by which such transfer was made; "(B) to reform, correct, or amend any such instrument by the execution of a corrective reformative or amendatory instrument where necessary to correct such instrument or to conform such transfer to the requirements of applicable law; and "(C) to (i) grant releases from any of the terms, conditions, reservations, and restrictions contained in, and (ii) convey, quitclaim, or release to the transferee or other eligible user any right or interest reserved to the United States by any instrument by which such transfer was made, if he determines that the property so transferred no longer serves the purpose for which it was transferred, or that such release, conveyance, or quitclaim deed will not prevent accomplishment of the purpose for which such property was so transferred: Provided, That any such release, conveyance, or quitclaim deed may be granted on, or made subject to, such terms and conditions as he or she shall deem necessary to protect or advance the interests of the United States.". SEC. 702. The first sentence of subsection (o) of section 203 of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended (40 U.S.C. 484(o)), is further amended by revising the first sentence of such subsection to read as follows: "(o) The Administrator with respect to personal property donated under subsection (j) of this section and with respect to real and related personal property transferred or conveyanced under subsec-