(1) This chapter does not apply to the use by a nonprofit charitable organization
or state or local governmental entity of personal property that has been donated to
the nonprofit charitable organization or state or local governmental entity, or to
the subsequent use of the property by a person to whom the property is donated or
bailed in furtherance of the purpose for which the property was originally donated.
(2) This chapter does not apply to the donation of personal property without intervening
use to a nonprofit charitable organization, or to the incorporation of tangible personal
property without intervening use into real or personal property of or for a nonprofit
charitable organization in the course of installing, repairing, cleaning, altering,
imprinting, improving, constructing, or decorating the real or personal property for
(3) This chapter does not apply to the use by a nonprofit charitable organization
of labor and services rendered in respect to installing, repairing, cleaning, altering,
imprinting, or improving personal property provided to the charitable organization
at no charge, or to the donation of such services.
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