(a) (1) If the governing board has complied with the provisions of this article, and no proposals are submitted or the proposals submitted do not conform with all terms and conditions specified in the resolution of intent to lease, the governing board may within one year thereafter, or one year after the passage of 30 days from the rejection of a public entity's nonconforming proposal, as appropriate, lease such real property, together with any personal property located thereon, to any lessee, at a price not less than fair market value in accordance with any terms and conditions agreed upon by the governing board and the lessee, except that the term of a lease shall not exceed three years. Sections 17461, 17464, and 17466 to 17469, inclusive, and Sections 17471 to 17473, inclusive, shall not apply to the lease.
(2) The governing board may by majority vote delegate an officer or employee of the district, or any other third person, to secure a lessee and to negotiate the terms and conditions of the lease. However, the lease shall not be executed unless the governing board by majority vote, at a public meeting, approves the lease.
(3) If a public entity has submitted a nonconforming proposal, the governing board shall not take any action pursuant to this subdivision until 30 days after the rejection of the proposal.
(b) Subdivision (a) shall not apply if a public entity has submitted a proposal that does not conform with all the terms and conditions specified in the resolution of intent to lease, and if the public entity requests, in writing, within 30 days from the rejection of its proposal, that the governing board lease the real property, subject to the resolution of intent, in accordance with this article.
(Added by Stats. 1996, Ch. 277, Sec. 3. Operative January 1, 1998.)
Education Code 17461
Education Code 17464
Education Code 17469
Education Code 17471
Education Code 17473