2011 South Dakota Code
Title 1 STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT
Chapter 16E. Value Added Finance Authority
§1-16E-21 Conflict of interest--Disclosure--Participation in transaction.


SD Codified L § 1-16E-21 (through 2011) What's This?

1-16E-21. Conflict of interest--Disclosure--Participation in transaction. Any member or employee of the authority who has, will have, or later acquires a personal interest, direct or indirect, in any transaction with the authority shall immediately disclose the nature and extent of such interest in writing to the authority as soon as he has knowledge of such actual or prospective interest. Such disclosure shall be entered upon the minutes of the authority. Upon such disclosure such member or employee may not participate in any action by the authority authorizing such transaction. Actions taken when such member or employee reasonably believed that he had and would not have any conflict are not invalidated because of such conflict. The fact that a member is also an officer or owner of an organization is not deemed to be a direct or indirect interest unless:

(1) Such member has an ownership interest of greater than five percent in such organization; or

(2) The transaction in question does not involve all similar organizations, but rather involves only the authority and such organization.

Source: SL 1986, ch 16, § 22.

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