Nevada Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks
Sec. § 408.517
Acquisition of property by counties; costs; transfer of interest to State.


1.

When highways are constructed, reconstructed or improved by the State in accordance with this chapter outside of the limits of any unincorporated town or incorporated city, the Department may require the boards of county commissioners of the counties in which the highways are located to acquire, and such boards shall acquire in the name of the State, such real property, interests therein or improvements thereon for such highways as are determined to be necessary by the Department in the same manner as if the property were being acquired by the State.

2.

The cost of acquisition may be shared by such counties and the Department or may be paid for wholly by such counties in accordance with agreements which shall first be entered into between the boards of county commissioners of the counties in which the highways are located and the Department.

3.

With respect to real property, interests therein or improvements thereon held in the name of counties, the boards of county commissioners may, by conveyance in the nature of quitclaim, transfer such interest to the State in accordance with agreements which shall first be entered into between such boards and the Department.
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