1. Any application, review, permit, license, approval, or process in relation to or
in furtherance of the purposes of or contemplated by this title heretofore filed or
undertaken, or any proceeding heretofore commenced or any determination, finding or
award made, by the county or by the county with the federal government, the state
department of health or any other public corporation shall inure to and for the benefit
of the corporation to the same extent and in the same manner as if the corporation
has been a party to such application, review, permit, license, approval, process,
or proceeding from its inception, and the corporation shall be deemed a party thereto,
to the extent not prohibited by federal law. Any license, approval, permit, determination, finding, award or decision heretofore
or hereafter issued or granted pursuant to or as a result of any such application,
review, process or proceeding shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the
corporation and shall be assigned and transferred by the county to the corporation
unless such assignment and transfer is prohibited by federal law.
2. All such applications, proceedings, licenses, approvals, permits, determinations,
findings, awards and decisions shall further inure to and for the benefit of and be
binding upon any person leasing, acquiring, financing, constructing, maintaining,
operating, using or occupying any facility transferred by the county to the corporation
pursuant to this title.
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