5-14-10. Clear title to land required before erection of buildings--Certification by attorney general. No money appropriated by the state may be expended for the erection of any building upon land not previously owned by the state before title thereto has conveyed to the state by a deed duly executed and acknowledged, granting the title in fee, clear of all encumbrances, without any reversionary clause or condition whatever, and the attorney general has certified that the title acquired by the state conforms to the requirements of this section.
Source: SL 1905, ch 97; RC 1919, § 5066; SDC 1939, § 55.0201; SL 1945, ch 295, § 1; SL 2011, ch 2, § 40.
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