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  205.376.  Nursing homes, county-owned, conveyance to nursing home district — procedure, consideration. — 1.  The county commission of any county having a nursing home erected under the provisions of section 205.375 may order the conveyance of the county nursing home and appurtenant property and facilities necessary for the operation thereof to any nursing home district formed under the provisions of law that is wholly located within the county.  If the commissioners of the county commission agree to accept the consideration offered by the nursing home district for the county nursing home property, both real and personal, the commission, by order, shall appoint an agent to convey the property.  The agent shall not convey the property unless:

  (1)  The instrument of conveyance contains a provision prohibiting the nursing home district from refusing to admit residents of the county conveying the property solely on the basis that they are not residents of the district; and

  (2)  The instrument of conveyance contains a provision that the board of directors of the nursing home district will perform all duties imposed by law on the governing body of the county nursing home and all covenants the governing body of the county nursing home made to secure issuance of any bonds outstanding at the time the nursing home is conveyed.  The deed of the agent, under his proper hand and seal, for and in behalf of the county, duly acknowledged and recorded, conveys to the nursing home district all the right, title, interest and estate which the county has in property.

  2.  The consideration to be received by the county for conveyance of the property may consist exclusively of the assumption of any outstanding valid indebtedness against the facility, or any bond issued for the construction or operation thereof, in the discretion of the county commission.

  3.  The consideration received by the county for conveying the nursing home property to the nursing home district shall be applied to the payment of any interest and principal of any outstanding valid indebtedness of the county incurred for purchase of the site or construction of the nursing home, or for any repairs, alterations, improvements, or additions thereto, or for operation of the nursing home.  If the consideration received by the county for conveying the nursing home property, and any interest thereon, is, or will be, insufficient to pay the interest and principal of any valid outstanding bonded indebtedness as they fall due, the county commission shall continue to provide for the collection of an annual tax on all taxable tangible property in the county sufficient to pay the interest and principal of the indebtedness as it falls due and to retire the bonds within the time required therein.

  4.  Any balance of the consideration received by the county for conveying the nursing home property which remains after all indebtedness incurred in connection with the nursing home is paid shall be placed to the credit of the general fund of the county.

  5.  The holder of any revenue bond issued to finance the erection, site acquisition or any repair, alteration, improvement or addition to the county nursing home or for the operation of the home prior to its conveyance to the nursing home district, or any coupons representing interest thereon, may, by proper civil action, compel the board of directors of the nursing home district to perform all duties imposed by law and to enforce the performance of any other covenants made by the board of directors of the nursing home district or the governing body of the county nursing home in the issuance of the bonds.

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(L. 1978 H.B. 1036 § 2)


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