(a) The provisions of this chapter pertaining to bids and the Local Government Code
notwithstanding, a district may purchase property from any governmental entity by
negotiated contract without the necessity of securing appraisals or advertising for
(b) The provisions of other law or a home-rule municipal charter notwithstanding,
a municipality may contract with a district. The term of a contract under this subsection may be of unlimited duration.
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