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7 Pa. Code § 137b.86. Split-off occurring through voluntary sale in lieu of condemnation.

§ 137b.86. Split-off occurring through voluntary sale in lieu of condemnation.

 If any portion of a tract of enrolled land is—in lieu of requiring the condemnation process to proceed—voluntarily conveyed by a landowner to an entity that possesses the lawful authority to acquire that portion through condemnation, the conveyance will not trigger liability for roll-back taxes on either the split-off portion of the enrolled land or the remainder. If the split-off portion or the remainder of the enrolled land remains in agricultural use, agricultural reserve or forest reserve, and meets the criteria in section 3 of the act (72 P. S. §  5490.3), preferential assessment shall continue with respect to that split-off portion or remainder.

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