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§ 59-k. Proceedings. Whenever the United Nations is desirous of
acquiring land by purchase for any of its purposes, the
secretary-general of the United Nations, or other representative
designated by him, may apply for any relief permitted by the laws of the
state of New York that may be necessary for the purpose of acquiring
such land, to any court of the state having jurisdiction within the
county in which the land is located. All deeds, conveyances and other
papers relating to the title of lands within the state acquired by the
United Nations pursuant to the provisions of this article, or other
general or special law, federal, state or local, shall be filed and
recorded in the office of the register, if any, or if not in the office
of the county clerk of the county where the land is located, and
certified copies filed in the office of the secretary of state of the
state of New York at Albany.