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Section 4123.443 | Rental payments for leased buildings.


Rental payments by the bureau of workers' compensation or the industrial commission to or for the benefit of the state insurance fund for each building owned by the bureau that was constructed or acquired as an investment in productive real estate, shall be made pursuant to a lease agreement for a term that shall not exceed two years. Beginning July 1, 1991, the rental payments to be made under each such lease agreement shall include the amount needed to amortize the construction or acquisition costs for the building over a period not to exceed twenty-five years, and, until such costs are amortized, an amount representing return on investment to the state insurance fund determined by multiplying the unamortized acquisition or construction costs of the building by a rate that is not more than three per cent below the rate determined by the tax commissioner under division (B) of section 5703.47 of the Revised Code.

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