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1. In addition to the powers conferred by NRS 450.500, the board of county commissioners may:
(a) Lease any of the real property of the county for a term not exceeding 99 years; or
(b) Convey any of the real property of the county, except property of the county that is operated or occupied by the county fair and recreation board, without consideration,
if such real property is not needed for the public purposes of the county and is leased or conveyed to a corporation for public benefit, and the property is actually used for charitable or civic purposes.
2. A lease or conveyance pursuant to this section may be made on such terms and conditions as seem proper to the board of county commissioners.
3. If a corporation for public benefit to which property is conveyed pursuant to this section ceases to use the property for charitable or civic purposes, the property automatically reverts to the county.
4. As used in this section, “corporation for public benefit” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 82.021.
The board may enter into an interagency agreement with the State Department of Education or other state agencies to implement this chapter, Part 4 (commencing with Section 71300) of Division 34, and Sections 33541 and 51226.4 of the Education Code.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244.284. Lease or conveyance of real property of county to corporation for public benefit - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-20-counties-and-townships-formation-government-and-officers/nv-rev-st-244-284/
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