Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:

Section 1. Title 22, Delaware Code, as amended by 49 Delaware Laws, Chapter 72, is further amended by adding immediately following section 504 (d) (4), of said title, a new subsection as follows :

(e) When any real property or any interest therein heretofore or hereafter acquired by the Authority is no longer needed for the purposes defined in this chapter, or when, in the opinion of the Authority it is not desirable or feasible to hold and use such property for said purposes, the Authority may sell the same at private or public sale as the Authority shall determine, granting and conveying to the purchaser thereof a fee simple marketable title thereto. The Authority may make such sale for such price and upon such terms and conditions as the Authority deems advisable and for the best interests of the Authority and may accept in payment, wholly or partly, cash, bonds, mortgages, debentures, notes, warrants, or other evidences of indebtedness as the Authority may approve. The consideration received from any such sale may be applied by the Authority, in its discretion, to the repayment, in whole or in part, of any funds contributed to the Authority by a Municipality under the provisions of section 508 of this Chapter or retained by the Authority for the purposes of this chapter. Without limitation of the foregoing, the Authority may accept as consideration in whole or in part for the sale of any such real property, a covenant, agreement or undertaking on the part of any purchaser to provide and maintain off-street parking facilities on such property or a portion thereof for the fulfillment of public parking needs for such period and under such terms and conditions as the Authority shall determine. Any such covenant, agreement or undertaking on the part of the

purchaser as aforesaid and the right of the Authority to fix and alter rates to be charged for any such parking facilities as well as the right of appeal as in this Section provided, shall be set forth and reserved in the deed or deeds of conveyance. Any such covenant, agreement or undertaking may be enforced by the Authority in an action for specific performance brought in the Court of Chancery of this State.

Approved June 8, 1955.