CHAPTER 196

AN ACT GRANTING THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF WILMINGTON THE RIGHT TO CONVEY ALL ITS RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST IN A CERTAIN LOT AND BUILDING.

WHEREAS, The State of Delaware by 14 Delaware Laws, Chapter 183, passed on March 23, 1871, did provide that all the right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever, legal or equitable, of the State of Delaware of, to and in the lot or piece of land known as the "Old Academy" or "School-house lot," in the Ninth Ward of the City of Wilmington, formerly a part of the Village of Brandywine, be and the same is hereby given and granted to and in the Mayor and Council of Wilmington and their successors and assigns, to and for the sole use and benefit of the Ninth Ward of the City of Wilmington forever, with all the buildings and improvements thereon and the incidents and appurtenances to the said lot appertaining and belonging, be the contents and descriptions thereof what they may.

NOW, THEREFORE,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

The Mayor and City Council of Wilmington be and is hereby empowered to convey without consideration to Old Brandywine Village, Inc., a charitable, non-profit Delaware corporation all its right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever, legal or equitable to and in the lot or piece of land known as the "Old Academy" or "School-house lot," in the Ninth Ward of the City of Wilmington, formerly part of the Village of Brandywine, with all the buildings and improvements thereon and the incidents and appurtenances to the said lot appertaining and belonging, be the contents and descriptions thereof what they may.

Approved December 20, 1963.