Chapter 79.125 RCW

AQUATIC LANDS—TIDELANDS AND SHORELANDS

Sections
Intent2005 c 155.
PLAT/APPRAISAL/REPLAT
Location of line dividing tidelands from shorelands in tidal rivers.
First-class tidelands and shorelands to be platted.
Second-class tidelands and shorelands may be platted.
Tidelands and shorelandsPlatsRecord.
Date of sale limited by time of appraisal.
First or second-class tidelands and shorelandsAppraisalRecord.
Tidelands and shorelandsNotice of filing plat and record of appraisalAppeal.
Tidelands and shorelandsPetition for replatReplatting and reappraisalVacation by replat.
Tidelands and shorelandsDedication of replatAll interests must join.
Tidelands and shorelandsVacation procedure cumulative.
Tidelands and shorelandsEffect of replat.
EXCHANGE, SALE, LEASE LIMITATIONS/TERMS
State-owned tidelands, shorelands, and waterwaysSold only to public entitiesLeasingLimitation.
Sale of second-class tidelands.
Second-class tidelands or shorelandsLease for booming purposes.
Second-class tidelands or shorelands separated from uplands by navigable waterSale.
Sale procedureTerms of paymentDeferred payments, rate of interest.
Sale procedureCertificate to governor of payment in fullDeed.
Sale procedureReservation in contract.
Sale procedureForm of contractForfeitureExtension of time.
Subdivision of leasesFee.
First-class tidelands and shorelandsSale of remaining lands.
Tidelands or shorelandsFailure to re-lease tidelands or shorelandsAppraisal of improvements.
Effect of mistake or fraud.
SALE OR LEASING PREFERENCE
First-class tidelands and shorelandsLeasePreference right of upland ownerHow exercised.
First-class unplatted tidelands and shorelandsLease preference right to upland ownersLease for booming purposes.
Tidelands and shorelandsVacation by replatPreference right of tideland or shoreland owner.
Tidelands or shorelandsPreference rights, time limit on exercise.
Tidelands or shorelandsAccretionsLease.
Second-class shorelands on navigable lakesSale.
Second-class shorelandsSale or lease when in best public interestPreference right of upland ownerProcedure upon determining sale or lease not in best public interest or where transfer made for public usePlatting.
SECOND-CLASS SHORELANDSSPECIAL PLATTING
AND SELECTION PROVISIONS
Second-class shorelandsBoundary of shorelands when water loweredCertain shorelands granted to city of Seattle.
Second-class shorelandsSurvey/plattingSelection for slips, docks, wharves, etc.Filing of plat.
Second-class shorelandsPlatting of certain shorelands of Lake Washington for use as harbor areaEffect.
Platting of certain shorelands of Lake Washington for use as harbor areaSelection for slips, docks, wharves, etc.Vesting of title.
SALES OF TIDELANDS AND SHORELANDS
Sale procedureFixing date, place, and time of saleNoticePublication and posting.
List of state-owned tidelands and shorelands permitted to be sold.
Sale procedureAdditional advertising expense.
ReofferContinuance.
Sale at public auctionMinimum priceSales by leaseholder.
Highest responsible bidderDetermination.
Sale procedureConduct of salesDepositsBid bondsMemorandum of purchase.
Sale procedureReadvertisement of lands not sold.
Sale procedureConfirmation of sale.
CONVEYANCE TO PUBLIC ENTITIES/PUBLIC USE
Sale of state-owned tidelands or shorelands to municipal corporation or state agencyAuthority to execute agreements, deeds, etc.
Grant of lands for city park or playground purposes.
Exchange of lands to secure city parks and playgrounds.
Director of ecology to assist city parks.
Certain tidelands reserved for recreational use and taking of fish and shellfish.
Access to and from tidelands reserved for recreational use and taking of fish and shellfish.
Use of certain tidelands, shorelands, and abutting bedlandsGrant to the United StatesPurposesLimitations.
Tidelands and shorelandsUse of lands granted to United StatesApplicationProof of upland useConveyance.
Tidelands and shorelandsUse of lands granted to United StatesEasements over tidelands or shorelands to United States.
Tidelands and shorelandsUse of lands granted to United StatesReversion on cessation of use.
United States Navy baseExchange of propertyProcedure.
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