2009 California Education Code - Section 17536-17538 :: Article 10. Exchange Of PropertyEDUCATION CODE
17536. The governing board of a school district may exchange any of its real property for real property of another person or private business firm. Any exchange shall be upon such terms and conditions as the parties thereto may agree and may be entered into without complying with any provisions in this code except as provided in this article. 17537. Before ordering any exchange of real property the board shall adopt, by a two-thirds vote of its members, a resolution declaring its intention to exchange the property. The resolution shall describe the properties to be exchanged in a manner to identify them, and the terms and conditions, not including the price, upon which they will be exchanged. 17538. The governing board of any school district which has acquired title to property included within an application which has been approved by the State Allocation Board for state school building aid and which property is to be used as an access roadway to the schoolsite may exchange the property for other property to be used as an access roadway which abuts a state highway, if in the opinion of the Division of Highways in the Department of Transportation there is objection to the first access roadway, and if in the opinion of the governing board the property acquired by the exchange will afford more safety to the pupils of the district.
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