152.06 Transferring property to building authority.

(A) Upon request of the Ohio building authority, a governmental entity may lease, grant, or convey to the authority any estate or interest in real or personal property, including improvements thereto, of or under the control of the governmental entity that is necessary or convenient to carry out the authorized purposes of the authority. A lease, grant, or conveyance may include, without limitation, any estate or interest in public roads or other real or personal property, including improvements thereto, already devoted to public use. The lease, grant, or conveyance may be upon such terms as the authority and governing body of the governmental entity, or the governor in the case of real property the title to which is in the name of the state, agree and without advertisement, auction, competitive bidding, appraisals, court order, or other action or formality other than the regular and formal action of the governing body of the governmental entity or the governor.

(B) Any state agency may enter into agreements with the authority for furnishing any supplies, equipment, or services to the authority pursuant to terms agreed upon by the state agency and the authority and for such compensation as shall reimburse the state agency.

(C) section 2921.42 of the Revised Code does not apply to contracts, agreements, or conveyances entered into pursuant to this section.

Cite as R.C. § 152.06

History. Effective Date: 11-24-1981