Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-4661 Page: 3 of 10
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Honorable Tom Seay - page 3
(a) "It is agreed that at tLe expiration
of the term of this agreement the title to said
baseball park to be constructed upon the above
decried. property shall pass to and vest in fee
simple in the County, to be owned, occupied, and
used by it as it sees fit, whioh said baseball
park shall be received by the County in ful sat-
ist ftion of all rentals due and owing to it here-
(b) "lt is agreed that in the event Les-
see fails to use said baseball park for any one
or more baseball seasons for the purpose of
;laying baseball therein, then and in such event
the County, cr any one designated by it, shall
have the right to ocoapy, use and enjoy salad
baseball park for any and all purposes thbt same
may be used without damaging said property be-
yond ordinary wear and tear during all of such
years at Lessee does not play baseball therein;
but in such years as Lessee plays baseball in
said baseball park, it shall be entitled to 'use
said park for the portion of such years as same
is not used for playing baseball for playing or
conducting other innocent sports therein, as
hereinabove provided for, it being in this con-
nection agreed that at any tiae when baseball
season is not iL progress and Lssoe* is not
using or has not planned to use said baseball
park for other innocent sports, the County shall
have the right to delegate to the Amarillo Tri-
State Expositioa the right to use said baseball park
for any purpose that will not damage same more
than playing baseball therein, an beyond ordin-
ury weer and tear without cost whatsoever to
said marillo Tri-State Exposition, provided
however that any materiall daaeage beyond ordinary
wear and tear done to said premises by said Am-
arillo Tri-State apositioa shall be repaired by
it at its own cost and expense.'
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Texas. Attorney-General's Office. Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-4661, text, 1942; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth261912/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.