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Chapter 388

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  388.380.  Right-of-way through state, county or city lands. — The right-of-way is hereby granted to any railroad company through any unimproved land belonging to this state, through which their railroad may pass; and in case any more land belonging to this state shall be required for the purpose of any railroad corporation than is needed for the track of the road, and in case any improved land belonging to the state shall be necessary for the purpose of any railroad corporation, the secretary of state shall have power to grant to any railroad company any land belonging to this state which may be required for the purposes of their road, on such terms as may be agreed on between said secretary of state and said company; or such company may acquire title thereto by appraisal, as in the case of land owned by individuals; and if any land belonging to a county, city or town is required by any company for the purposes of their road, the county or city or town officers having charge of such land may grant to such company, on such terms as may be agreed upon, or the land may be appraised in the manner aforesaid.


(RSMo 1939 § 5154)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 4681; 1919 § 9871; 1909 § 3070

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