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[Act No. 2504, (1915-02-05)](http://lawyerly.ph/laws/view/l7bc9)
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[ Act No. 2504, February 05, 1915 ]

AN ACT AMENDING ACT NUMBERED EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY. ENTITLED "AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL TO CONVEY OR LEASE TO THE PROVINCES AND MUNICIPALITIES THE PRIVATE PROPERTY OF THE INSULAR GOVERNMENT," BY AUTHORIZING THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL TO CONVEY OR LEASE REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY THE INSULAR GOVERNMENT TO CITIES WITHIN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

By authority of the United States, be it enacted by the Philippine Legislature, that:

SECTION 1. Section one of Act Numbered Eighteen hundred and ninety is hereby amended to read as follows:
"SECTION 1. In all cases in which the Insular Government owns real property in any province, municipality or city of the Philippine Islands, and in which the provincial, municipal or city authorities, as the case may be, desire to acquire or lease the said property, or to exchange for it property belonging to the province, municipality or city, the Governor-General is hereby authorized and empowered to donate, sell, lease, exchange, or in any other manner convey the said property of the Insular Government or any part thereof,to any province, municipality, or city wherein it may be situated and upon such terms and conditions as in his discretion may be most convenient for the interests of the Insular Government and of the province, municipality, or city, and to execute in the name of the Insular Government any contracts, deeds, leases, or other instruments which may be necessary to execute the donation, sale, lease, exchange, or other conveyance whatsoever of the said property as aforesaid Provided, however, That this Act shall not be construed to modify or repeal any existing Acts that provide for the sale or lease under certain conditions of public property belonging to the Insular Government."
SECTION. 2. This Act shall take effect on its passage.

Enacted, February 5, 1915.

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