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IC 21-34-4
     Chapter 4. Joint Use Agreements

IC 21-34-4-1
Joint use agreements; use
    
Sec. 1. (a) It is the policy of the state to encourage the joint use of building facilities by any two (2) or more state educational institutions under the jurisdiction of the board of trustees of each state educational institution whenever the boards of trustees of the respective state educational institutions find that the joint use would:
        (1) benefit their respective state educational institutions; and
        (2) be to the advantage of the state.
    (b) When the findings described in subsection (a) are made by the boards of trustees of the respective state educational institutions, the board of trustees of each state educational institution that makes the findings may enter into and perform a joint use agreement providing for the joint use of building facilities.
    (c) A joint use agreement may contain the provisions, terms, and conditions pertaining to the acquisition, construction, financing, and use of building facilities, not inconsistent with this article, as may be approved by the boards of trustees of each state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement.
As added by P.L.2-2007, SEC.275.

IC 21-34-4-2
Joint use agreements; contents
    
Sec. 2. A joint use agreement may provide, among other things, that any board of trustees of a state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement may lease or sublease for any term not exceeding forty (40) years any building facility acquired by the board of trustees of the state educational institution or the use of which is or may be available to the board of trustees of the state educational institution or any part of the building facilities to one (1) or more other boards of trustees of a state educational institution that are parties to the joint use agreement.
As added by P.L.2-2007, SEC.275.

IC 21-34-4-3
Joint use agreements; power to acquire property by condemnation
    
Sec. 3. A joint use agreement may provide, among other things, that the board of trustees of each state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement may for the purpose of performing the joint use agreement, exercise jointly any and all of the powers that are severally conferred on the board of trustees of each state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement by this article, including the power to acquire property by condemnation.
As added by P.L.2-2007, SEC.275.

IC 21-34-4-4


Joint use agreements; title to real and personal property
    
Sec. 4. A joint use agreement may provide, among other things, that:
        (1) title to the real and personal property acquired or to be acquired for the joint use of the board of trustees of each state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement may be taken and held in the name of the board of trustees of any one (1) of the state educational institutions, subject to the provisions of the joint use agreement respecting the joint use of the property; or
        (2) title to some or all of the real or personal property acquired or to be acquired for the joint use of the board of trustees of each state educational institution that is a party to the joint use agreement may be taken and held jointly in the names of all the boards of trustees of the state educational institutions that are parties to the joint use agreement, as tenants in common, with the divisions of ownership interests that are provided in the joint use agreement and in the documents evidencing the title to the property.
As added by P.L.2-2007, SEC.275.