The farm management director shall, immediately after being appointed, employ a surveyor to establish the division line between the farms being transferred to the commission and the property remaining under the control and authority of the department of mental health and the state commissioner of public institutions. In establishing the division line, the director of the department of mental health, the state commissioner of public institutions and the farm management director shall cooperate fully to ensure that property, essential to institutions, is not transferred to the commission. In the event of a disagreement over the placement of a division line, the disposition of farm equipment or the disposition of farm facilities, the farm management director and all agencies involved shall, within sixty days, appear before the commission for a hearing on the matter. The commission shall decide the matter to the best interest of the agencies involved, including the best interest of the residents of any institution affected. Any person or agency aggrieved by the decision of the commission may appeal the decision to the circuit court in the county in which the institution is located. After the division lines have been finally established, all property transferred to the commission shall be deeded by the department of mental health and the commissioner of public institutions to the commission unless reversionary interests prevent such deed transfer in which case the land shall be assigned or leased, for nominal charge, to the commission.