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When a part of a parcel of land is taken and the remainder is in a shape or condition that is of little value to its owner, or give rise to claims or litigation concerning severance or other damage, the department may acquire the whole parcel and may sell the remainder or exchange it for other property needed for state highway rights-of-way.
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