In addition to any other powers which it may now have, and notwithstanding any law
to the contrary, the state and any municipality have, without any other authority,
the following powers:
(1) To acquire by gift, from a nonbusiness corporation formed under the provisions
of chapter 6 of title 7, one or more educational facilities located within this state,
and which may be located within or partially within the municipality.
(2) To lease to any educational institution within the state any or all of its educational
facilities for rentals and upon terms and conditions and for a period or periods that
the governing body of the appropriate municipality may deem advisable or, in respect
of the state, or a department, board, body, or commission of the state, as the governor
may deem advisable; provided, that the lease or leases require that the payment of
all costs of operation, maintenance, and upkeep of the educational facilities will
be paid by the lessee, sublessee, or occupant and that under no circumstance will
the state or municipality be obligated, directly or indirectly, for the payment of
(3) To sell and convey all or any part of any educational facility owned by it at
a public or private sale, with or without advertisement, and to do all acts necessary
to the accomplishment of sale or conveyance.
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