Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 96 Part 1.djvu/1306
96 STAT. 1264
PUBLIC LAW 97-293—OCT. 12, 1982 nor callable for redemption for fifteen years from the date of issuance; and (ii) the weighted average yield on all interest-bearing, marketable issues sold by the Treasury during the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year in which the expenditures are made. (4) The term "individual" means any natural person, includinjg his or her spouse, and including other dependents thereof within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (26 U.S.C. 152). (5) The term "irrigation water" means water made available for agricultural purposes from the operation of reclamation project facilities pursuant to a contract with the Secretary. (6) The term "landholding" means total irrigable acreage of one or more tracts of land situated in one or more districts owned or operated under a lease which is served with irrigation water pursuant to a contract with the Secretary. In determining the extent of a landholding the Secretary shall add to any landholding held directly by a qualified or limited recipient that portion of any landholding held indirectly by such qualified or limited recipient which benefits that qualified or limited recipient in proportion to that landholding. (7) The term "limited recipient" means any legal entity established under State or Federal law benefiting more than twentyfive natural persons. (8) The term "project" means any reclamation or irrigation project, including incidental features thereof, authorized by Feder^ reclamation law, or constructed by the United States pursuant to such law, or in connection with which there is a repayment or water service contract executed by the United States pursuant to such law, or any project constructed by the Secretary through the Bureau of Reclamation for the reclamation of lands. (9) The term "qualified recipient" means an individual who is a citizen of the United States or a resident alien thereof or any legal entity established under State or Federal law which benefits twenty-five natural persons or less. (10) The term "recordable contract" means a contract between the Secretary and a landowner in writing capable of being recorded under State law providing for the sale or disposition of lands held in excess of the ownership limitations of Federal reclamation law including this title. (11) The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Interior. NEW OR AMENDED CONTRACTS
43 USC 390CC.
SEC. 203. (a) The provisions of this title shall be applicable to any district which— (1) enters into a contract with the Secretary subsequent to the date of enactment of this Act; (2) enters into any amendment of its contract with the Secretary subsequent to the date of enactment of this Act which enables the district to receive supplemental or additional benefits; or (3) which amends its contract for the purpose of conforming to the provisions of this title.