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Title XII PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

Chapter 206

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  206.157.  Excess property, sale of authorized — procedure — proceeds, how used. — 1.  A hospital district may sell and convey property of the district, both real and personal, in the manner provided in subsection 2 of this section for real property and in the manner provided in subsection 3 of this section for personal property, which is no longer needed by the district to carry out the purposes for which the district was organized, including hospital buildings and grounds which have been adequately replaced by other hospital buildings and grounds, provided that all bonds of the district, whether general obligation bonds constituting a lien on the property no longer needed, or revenue bonds constituting a lien on the revenue arising from the operation of such property, have been paid in full; or a sum sufficient to pay all of such bonds, together with interest accrued or to accrue thereon, together with any other items of expense provided in such bonds, is deposited with the fiscal agent named in the bonds for the purpose of full payment; or consent in writing is obtained from all of the holders of the bonds.

  2.  Upon receipt of a request for sale of excess real property, the board of directors of the hospital district shall review the reasons why the specified real property is no longer needed by the hospital district and the manner in which the conditions of the provisions of subsection 1 of this section have been satisfied.  If the board of directors is satisfied that the statements and the reasons are true and valid, it shall adopt a resolution approving the sale or other disposition of the specified real property.  A certified copy of the board of director's adopted resolution to sell or otherwise dispose of specified real property of the district shall be filed with the county clerk of the county in which the original petition to organize the district was filed.  If the county commission is satisfied that the statements in the resolution are true and valid, it shall by order approve the resolution.  The board of directors of the hospital district shall then proceed to sell, convey or otherwise dispose of the specified real property pursuant to the terms of the resolution adopted by the board of directors.  The deed shall be executed under the hand and seal of the secretary of the board of directors of the hospital district for and on behalf of the hospital district and shall be sufficient to convey to purchaser or other recipient all the right, title, interest and estate which the hospital district has in the specified real property.

  3.  Upon receipt of a request for sale of excess personal property, the board of directors of the hospital district shall review the reasons why the specified personal property is no longer needed by the hospital district and the manner in which the conditions of the provisions of subsection 1 of this section have been satisfied.  If the board of directors is satisfied that the statements and the reasons are true and valid, it shall adopt a resolution approving the sale or other disposition of the specified personal property.  The board of directors of the hospital district shall then proceed to sell, convey or otherwise dispose of the specified personal property pursuant to the terms of the resolution adopted by the board of directors.  Any bill of sale required shall be executed under the hand and seal of the secretary of the board of directors of the hospital district for and on behalf of the hospital district and shall be sufficient to convey to purchaser or other recipient all the right, title, interest and estate which the hospital district has in the specified personal property.

  4.  The proceeds from the sale of the real or personal property remaining after the expenses of the property have been paid shall be placed in the treasury of the district and used to carry out the purposes for which the district was organized.

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(L. 1976 S.B. 648, A.L. 1996 S.B. 676)


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