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Washington
Chapter 79.01 RCW Public lands act



Notes:
Accreted lands, seashore conservation area, jurisdiction and powers: RCW 79A.05.630.
Multiple use concept in management and administration of state-owned lands: Chapter 79.10 RCW.

State trust lands -- Withdrawal -- Revocation or modification of withdrawal when used for recreational purposes -- Board to determine most beneficial use in accordance with policy: RCW 79A.50.100.

Reviser's note: 2003 c 334 recodified and/or repealed chapter 79.01 RCW in its entirety.


COMPARATIVE TABLE

Formerly
Currently

79.01.004 79.02.010
79.01.006 79.02.400
79.01.007 79.02.410
79.01.009 79.17.200
79.01.036
79.01.038
79.01.048
79.01.052 43.30.235
79.01.056 43.12.021
79.01.060 43.12.031
79.01.064 43.12.041
79.01.068
79.01.072
79.01.074 79.10.020
79.01.076 79.02.150
79.01.080 79.02.160
79.01.082 79.15.055
79.01.084 79.02.230
79.01.088 79.11.040
79.01.092 79.11.080
79.01.093 79.02.095
79.01.094 79.11.020
79.01.095 79.10.090
79.01.096 79.11.010
79.01.100 79.11.250
79.01.104 79.11.260
79.01.108 79.11.270
79.01.112 79.11.060
79.01.116 79.11.100
79.01.120 79.11.070
79.01.124 79.15.010
79.01.128 79.10.070
79.01.132
79.01.133
79.01.134 79.15.300
79.01.136 79.11.110
79.01.140
79.01.148 79.11.160
79.01.152
79.01.160 79.15.030
79.01.164 79.10.080
79.01.168 79.15.040
79.01.172 79.13.080
79.01.176 79.15.320
79.01.184 79.11.120
79.01.188 79.11.130
79.01.192 79.11.140
79.01.196 79.11.165
79.01.200 79.11.090
79.01.204 79.11.150
79.01.208 79.11.190
79.01.212 79.11.175
79.01.216 79.11.030
79.01.220 79.02.270
79.01.224 79.11.210
79.01.228 79.11.200
79.01.232 79.15.130
79.01.236 79.02.290
79.01.238 79.15.140
79.01.240 79.02.050
79.01.242 79.13.010
79.01.244 79.10.125
79.01.248 79.13.130
79.01.252
79.01.256
79.01.260
79.01.264
79.01.268 79.13.180
79.01.277
79.01.284 79.13.170
79.01.292 79.02.280
79.01.295 79.13.610
79.01.2951 79.13.600
79.01.2955 79.13.620
79.01.296 79.13.370
79.01.300 79.11.290
79.01.301 79.11.310
79.01.304 79.02.200
79.01.308 79.02.110
79.01.312 79.36.370
79.01.316 79.36.380
79.01.320 79.36.390
79.01.324 79.36.400
79.01.328 79.36.410
79.01.332 79.36.350
79.01.336 79.36.430
79.01.340 79.36.440
79.01.344 79.36.450
79.01.348 79.36.460
79.01.352 79.36.470
79.01.356 79.36.480
79.01.360 79.36.490
79.01.364 79.36.500
79.01.384 79.36.510
79.01.388 79.36.520
79.01.392 79.36.530
79.01.396 79.36.540
79.01.400 79.36.550
79.01.404 79.36.560
79.01.408 79.36.570
79.01.412 79.36.580
79.01.414 79.36.355
79.01.416 79.36.360
79.01.500 79.02.030
79.01.612 79.10.030
79.01.616 79.14.300
79.01.617 79.14.310
79.01.618 79.14.320
79.01.620 79.14.330
79.01.624 79.14.340
79.01.628 79.14.350
79.01.632 79.14.360
79.01.633 79.14.370
79.01.634 79.14.380
79.01.640 79.14.390
79.01.642 79.14.400
79.01.644 79.14.410
79.01.645 79.14.420
79.01.648 79.14.430
79.01.649 79.14.440
79.01.650 79.14.450
79.01.651 79.14.315
79.01.652 79.14.470
79.01.656 79.14.480
79.01.660 79.14.490
79.01.664 79.14.500
79.01.668 79.14.510
79.01.672 79.14.520
79.01.676 79.14.530
79.01.680 79.14.540
79.01.684 79.14.550
79.01.688 79.14.560
79.01.692 79.14.570
79.01.696 79.14.580
79.01.704
79.01.708 79.02.210
79.01.712 79.02.220
79.01.720 79.02.240
79.01.724 79.02.260
79.01.728 79.11.320
79.01.732 79.02.100
79.01.736 43.12.075
79.01.740 79.02.040
79.01.744 79.10.010
79.01.748 79.02.310
79.01.752 79.02.330
79.01.756 79.02.320
79.01.760 79.02.300
79.01.765 79.02.080
79.01.770 79.17.110
79.01.774 79.17.120
79.01.778 79.17.130
79.01.780 79.17.140
79.01.784 79.19.100
79.01.790 79.15.210
79.01.795 79.15.220
79.01.800 79.96.200
79.01.805 79.96.210
79.01.810 79.96.220
79.01.815 79.96.230






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79.01.072
False statements Penalty.



Notes: Reviser's note: RCW 79.01.072 was amended by 2003 c 53 378 without reference to its repeal by 2003 c 334 551. It has been decodified for publication purposes under RCW 1.12.025.






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79.01.132
Valuable materials sold separately Initial deposit Advance payment/guarantee payment Time limit on removal Direct sale of valuable materials Performance security Proof of taxes paid.
(1) When valuable materials on state lands are sold separate from the land, they may be sold as a lump sum sale or as a scale sale. Lump sum sales under five thousand dollars appraised value shall be paid for in cash on the day of sale. The initial deposit shall be maintained until all contract obligations of the purchaser are satisfied. However, all or a portion of the initial deposit may be applied as the final payment for the valuable materials in the event the department of natural resources determines that adequate security exists for the performance or fulfillment of any remaining obligations of the purchaser under the sale contract.

(2) The initial deposits required in *RCW 79.01.204 may not exceed twenty-five percent of the actual or projected purchase price, but in the case of lump sum sales appraised at over five thousand dollars the initial deposit may not be less than five thousand dollars, and shall be made on the day of the sale. For those sales appraised below the amount specified in **RCW 79.01.200, the department of natural resources may require full cash payment on the day of sale.

(3) The purchaser shall notify the department of natural resources before any operation takes place on the sale site. Upon notification, the department of natural resources shall determine and require advance payment for the cutting, removal, or processing of the valuable materials, or may allow purchasers to guarantee payment by submitting as adequate security bank letters of credit, payment bonds, assignments of savings accounts, assignments of certificates of deposit, or other methods acceptable to the department as adequate security. The amount of such advance payments and/or security shall be determined by the department and at all times equal or exceed the value of timber cut and other valuable materials processed or removed until paid for.

(4) In all cases where valuable materials are sold separate from the land, the same shall revert to the state if not removed from the land within the period specified in the sale contract. The specified period shall not exceed five years from the date of the purchase thereof: PROVIDED, That the specified periods in the sale contract for stone, sand, fill material, or building stone shall not exceed thirty years.

(5) In all cases where, in the judgment of the department of natural resources, the purchaser is acting in good faith and endeavoring to remove such materials, the department of natural resources may extend the time for the removal thereof for any period not exceeding forty years from the date of purchase for the stone, sand, fill material, or building stone or for a total of ten years beyond the normal termination date specified in the original sale contract for all other material. Extension of a contract is contingent upon payment to the state of a sum to be fixed by the department of natural resources, based on the estimated loss of income per acre to the state resulting from the granting of the extension. In no event may the extension payment be less than fifty dollars per extension, plus interest on the unpaid portion of the contract. The interest rate shall be fixed, from time to time, by rule adopted by the board of natural resources and shall not be less than six percent per annum. The applicable rate of interest as fixed at the date of sale, the maximum extension payment, and the method for calculating the unpaid portion of the contract upon which such interest shall be paid by the purchaser shall be set forth in the contract. The department of natural resources shall pay into the state treasury all sums received for such extension and the same shall be credited to the fund to which was credited the original purchase price of the material so sold.

(6) A direct sale of valuable materials may be sold to the applicant for cash at full appraised value without notice or advertising. The board of natural resources shall, by resolution, establish the value amount of a direct sale not to exceed twenty-five thousand dollars in appraised sale value, and establish procedures to assure that competitive market prices and accountability will be guaranteed.

(7) The department may, in addition to any other securities, require a performance security to guarantee compliance with all contract requirements. The security is limited to those types listed in subsection (3) of this section. The value of the performance security will, at all times, equal or exceed the value of work performed or to be performed by the purchaser.

(8) Any time that the department of natural resources sells timber by contract that includes a performance bond, the department shall require the purchaser to present proof of any and all property taxes paid prior to the release of the performance bond. Within thirty days of payment of taxes due by the timber purchaser, the county treasurer shall provide certified evidence of property taxes paid, clearly disclosing the sale contract number.

(9) The provisions of this section apply unless otherwise provided by statute. The board of natural resources shall establish procedures to protect against cedar theft and to ensure adequate notice is given for persons interested in purchasing cedar.


[2003 c 381 1. Prior: 2001 c 250 4; 2001 c 187 1; 1999 c 51 1; 1997 c 116 1; 1989 c 148 1; 1988 c 136 2; 1983 c 2 16; prior: 1982 c 222 11; 1982 c 27 3; 1975 1st ex.s. c 52 1; 1971 ex.s. c 123 1; 1969 ex.s. c 14 2; 1961 c 73 1; 1959 c 257 13; 1927 c 255 33; RRS 7797-33; prior: 1915 c 147 2; 1909 c 223 3; 1907 c 256 6; 1901 c 148 1; 1899 c 129 1; 1897 c 89 12; 1895 c 178 23. Formerly RCW 79.12.120.]

Notes: Reviser's note: *(1) RCW 79.01.204 was recodified as RCW 79.11.150 pursuant to 2003 c 334 556.

**(2) RCW 79.01.200 was recodified as RCW 79.11.090 pursuant to 2003 c 334 556.

(3) RCW 79.01.132 was also repealed by 2003 c 334 551 without cognizance of its amendment by 2003 c 381 1. For rule of construction concerning sections amended and repealed in the same legislative session, see RCW 1.12.025.

Application -- 2001 c 187: See note following RCW 84.40.020.


Severability -- 1983 c 2: See note following RCW 18.71.030.


Severability -- 1982 c 222: "If any provision of this act or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of the act or the application of the provision to other persons or circumstances is not affected." [1982 c 222 17.]


RCW 79.01

Valuable materials sold separately Initial deposit Advance payment/guarantee payment Time limit on removal Direct sale of valuable materials Performance security Proof of taxes paid.

[2001 c 250 4; 2001 c 187 1; 1999 c 51 1; 1997 c 116 1; 1989 c 148 1; 1988 c 136 2; 1983 c 2 16. Prior: 1982 c 222 11; 1982 c 27 3; 1975 1st ex.s. c 52 1; 1971 ex.s. c 123 1; 1969 ex.s. c 14 2; 1961 c 73 1; 1959 c 257 13; 1927 c 255 33; RRS 7797-33; prior: 1915 c 147 2; 1909 c 223 3; 1907 c 256 6; 1901 c 148 1; 1899 c 129 1; 1897 c 89 12; 1895 c 178 23. Formerly RCW 79.12.120.] Repealed by 2003 c 334 551.

Notes: Reviser's note: RCW 79.01.132 was also amended by 2003 c 381 1 without cognizance of its repeal by 2003 c 334 551. For rule of construction concerning sections amended and repealed in the same legislative session, see RCW 1.12.025.