Any retailer who loans any motor vehicle to any employee of the University of California or the California State University shall be liable for the use tax on the loan of that vehicle equal to the amount of tax that would have applied if the vehicle had been leased at fair rental value for a time period equal to the period the vehicle is loaned to the university or state university employee, provided that all of the following conditions are met:
(a) The vehicle is for the employee's exclusive use.
(b) The loan of the vehicle has been approved by the chancellor of the university or the president of the state university.
(c) It is demonstrated that the loan of the vehicle is not dependent upon the retailer receiving any automotive-related business from the university or the state university.
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