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1. The board of county commissioners of any county may enter into an agreement with a person whereby the person agrees to construct or remodel a building or facility according to specifications adopted by the board of county commissioners and thereupon enter into a lease or a lease-purchase agreement with the board of county commissioners for that building or facility.
2. The board of county commissioners may convey property to a person where the purpose of the conveyance is the entering into of an agreement contemplated by subsection 1.
3. The person who enters into an agreement for the actual construction or remodeling of a building or facility pursuant to subsection 1 shall include in the agreement the contractual provisions and stipulations that are required to be included in a contract for a public work pursuant to the provisions of NRS 338.013 to 338.090, inclusive.
4. The board of county commissioners, the contractor who is awarded the contract or entered into the agreement to perform the construction or remodeling and any subcontractor on the project shall comply with the provisions of NRS 338.013 to 338.090, inclusive, in the same manner as if the board of county commissioners had undertaken the project or had awarded the contract.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 20. Counties and Townships: Formation, Government and Officers § 244.286. Lease or lease-purchase agreement for construction or remodeling of building or facility; conveyance of property; applicability of certain provisions to agreement for construction or remodeling of building or facility - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-20-counties-and-townships-formation-government-and-officers/nv-rev-st-244-286/
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