FISH AND GAME
PROPAGATION OF FISH AND GAME
Acquisition of Land, Etc.
212:10 Use of Lands.
Lands to which title has been acquired by the state, or which have been leased, or any part thereof, may be used for the purpose of creating and maintaining game refuges, or for fish and game department uses for the protection, regulation and management of wildlife resources, implementation of department programs, and as much thereof as is deemed necessary may be used for the administration of such lands. The executive director of the fish and game department, after consultation with the director, division of forests and lands, department of natural and cultural resources, may cut and remove and sell, or permit the cutting or removing and selling of timber, on lands to which title has been acquired by the state. The executive director of the fish and game department may sell or otherwise dispose of buildings or other improvements on lands acquired under this chapter, whenever such buildings or improvements are no longer of use to the state, except that no building or improvements valued at $100 or more shall be sold without the approval of the governor.
Source. 1935, 124:6. RL 246:10. RSA 212:10. 1993, 241:4, eff. July 1, 1993. 2017, 156:14, I, eff. July 1, 2017.