The commissioner of capital asset management and maintenance shall establish and maintain
a comprehensive inventory of the real property owned, rented or otherwise occupied
by public agencies. Such inventory shall include a detailed description of the allocation, utilization
and condition of real property used by state agencies and a general description of
the size, type and use of real property under the jurisdiction of other public agencies. The real property inventory shall be published annually for distribution to state
agencies and regional planning agencies, shall be filed by February 15 each year with
the clerks of the house of representatives and the senate and the joint committee
on state administration and regulatory oversight and shall be a public document available
for general distribution.
The division of capital asset management and maintenance shall be the central depository
for all certificates of title, copies of deeds, records of sale, rental agreements
and other pertinent records relating to real property acquired for the use of state
agencies. All such documents shall be public records and shall be open to inspection by the
public during regular business hours.
The commissioner may delegate responsibility for the housing and care of such original
records to a state agency if such records are necessary for the daily operation of
said agency. A state agency requesting the delegation of such responsibility shall demonstrate
to the commissioner that such records will be adequately maintained and housed. In case of such delegation, copies of essential records shall be deposited with
All public agencies shall cooperate with the division in providing the information
required by this section.
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