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As used in this part, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Commissioner” means the commissioner of mental health and substance abuse services when referenced in provisions relating to mental health facilities or centers and means the commissioner of intellectual and developmental disabilities when referenced in provisions relating to intellectual and developmental disabilities facilities or centers;
(2) “Construction” means construction, acquisition, reconstruction, improvement, equipping, furnishing, bettering or extension of a facility, including paying engineering, fiscal, architectural and legal expenses incurred in connection therewith;
(3) “Department” means the department of mental health and substance abuse services when referenced in provisions relating to mental health facilities or centers and means the department of intellectual and developmental disabilities when referenced in provisions relating to developmental disabilities facilities or centers;
(4) “Facility” means “facility” as defined in § 33-2-402;
(5) “Grantee” means a nonprofit, 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3) corporation that is licensed under §§ 33-2-402--33-2-415 and §§ 68-11-201--68-11-250, that is under a grant contract with the department, and that has the primary purpose of delivering mental health, developmental disabilities or alcohol and drug services; and
(6) “Project” means the facility or portion of a facility, the construction of which is being financed or refinanced by a loan pursuant to this part.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Tennessee Code Title 4. State Government § 4-31-703 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tn/title-4-state-government/tn-code-sect-4-31-703/
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