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Temporary use or occupation of property
Public Housing (PBG) CHAPTER 44-A, ARTICLE 7
§ 127. Temporary use or occupation of property. 1. When title to
property has vested in a municipality or an authority by purchase or in
condemnation proceedings, the municipality or the authority, whichever
has acquired title, may pursuant to the provisions of the eminent domain
procedure law, agree with the previous owners of such property, or any
tenants continuing to occupy or use it, or any other persons who may
occupy or use or seek to occupy or use such property

2. In the event that a municipality has purchased or condemned
property on behalf or for the benefit of an authority, the municipality
shall, in transferring title to an authority, deduct from the
consideration or other moneys which the authority has become obligated
to pay the municipality for such property, and credit the authority
with, the amounts received by the municipality as payment for temporary
occupation and use of the property by a former owner, tenant or other
person as hereinabove set forth, less the cost and expense incurred by
the municipality for the maintenance and operation of such property.

3. In the event that a municipality has condemned property on behalf
of or for the benefit of an authority, the lien provided for in
subdivision (c) of section three hundred five of the eminent domain
procedure law shall also inure to the benefit of such authority and such
authority shall have all the powers, rights and remedies provided for in
that section as if such authority had directly acquired title to such