Senate, No. 2 443
[Senate, May 18 , 20 10 - New d raft of Senate, No . 2198 reported from the Senate Committee on Bonding, Capital Expenditures and State Assets .]
Authorizing the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Convey a Certain Parcel of Land in the Town of Dartmouth
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled,
And by the authority of the same, as follows:
SECTION 1. The division of capital asset management and maintenance, may convey a parcel of land approximately .26 acre located at 262 State Road in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, known formerly as the “Massachusetts State Police Barracks in Dartmouth”, to the Dartmouth Housing Authority to provide affordable housing for veterans. The parcel described in Book 01062 Page 0496 of the Southern District of the Bristol County Registry of Deeds. This parcel of land was purchased by the Commonwealth on September 24, 1952.
SECTION 2. . The consideration for the conveyance to the Dartmouth Housing Authority shall be $1. The Dartmouth H ousing Authority shall be responsible for all costs and expenses of the transaction authorized by this act as determined by the commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance, includ ing but not limited to any expenses relating to the conveyance of the parcel, and shall be responsible for all costs, liabilities and expenses of any nature and kind for its leasehold.
SECTION 3. The deed or other instrument conveying the property described in section 1 to the Dartmouth Housin g Authority, or its successors in title , shal l , without limitation, provide that if for any reason the property ceases to be used solely for the purposes described in section 1, then, following the giving of written notice and an opportunity to cure in accordance with a procedure to be specified in the deed conveying the property, and upon the recording of a notice by the commissioner with the Bristol County R egistry of D eeds, title to the property shall revert to the commonwealth under the care and control of the division of capital asset management and maintenance and any further disposition shall be subject to sections 40E to 40J, inclusive, of chapter 7 of the General Laws and to the prior approval of the general court.
SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage.