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Indiana Code Title 5. State and Local Administration § 5-1.2-5-3

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Sec. 3. To accomplish the governmental purposes of this chapter, the department of administration or applicable state agency may convey, transfer, or sell, with or without consideration, real property (including the buildings, structures, and improvements), title to which is held in the name of the state, to the authority, without being required to advertise or solicit bids or proposals.

The profits, losses, income, gains, deductions, credits, or similar items of a limited partnership shall be allocated among the partners and classes of partners in the manner provided in writing in the partnership agreement.  If the partnership agreement does not so provide in writing, such allocations shall be made on the basis of the value, as stated in the partnership records required to be kept pursuant to section 1782.05 of the Revised Code, of the contributions made by each partner to the extent they have been received by the partnership and have not been returned.

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