2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 39 — Public finance
RS 39:1797 — Sale, sale-back, lease or sublease transactions by the state
§1797. Sale, sale-back, lease or sublease transactions by the state
A. The state of Louisiana, through the division of administration, is hereby authorized to finance the construction, improvement, or expansion of public facilities by entering into a sale, sale-back, sale lease-back, lease or sublease transaction, or any combination of the foregoing, with the Louisiana Office Building Corporation, a quasi-public, nonprofit corporation, created pursuant to R.S. 44:8.
B. All contracts entered into pursuant to the provisions of this Section shall contain an annual appropriation dependency clause which shall provide that if such funds are not appropriated, such contract shall terminate on the last day of the fiscal year for which funds were appropriated and the state shall not be liable for the payment of further sums due on such contract. The use, control, and management of the public facilities shall at all times remain with the state, unless otherwise agreed to by the state, and the title to any such facilities, if transferred, shall revert to the state no later than the date upon which the terms of any financing agreement relative to the facilities are satisfied.
Acts 1988, No. 844, §1.
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