Code of Alabama - Title 16: Education - Section 16-47A-5 - Board of Trustees - Powers and duties

Section 16-47A-5 - Board of Trustees - Powers and duties.

(a) The board shall have all the rights, privileges, and franchises necessary to the promotion of the ends of its creation, and shall be charged with all corresponding duties, liabilities, and responsibilities. The board may hold and may lease, sell, or, in any other manner not inconsistent with the object or terms of the grant or grants under which it holds, dispose of any property, real or personal, or any estate or interest therein remaining, of any grant by any governmental unit or by any person, or accruing to the corporation from any source, as the board may deem best for the purposes of the university. The president of the university, with the approval of the board, may execute any lease, deed, or other instrument of conveyance on behalf of the corporation, without additional approval.

(b) The board shall have the exclusive authority over and jurisdiction of land, buildings, and other capital improvements now existing on or hereinafter provided for such campus. No contract for capital improvements, alterations, remodeling, and changing of capital improvements shall be made without the authorization and approval of the board, and which approval shall be granted by appropriate resolutions of the body. Any contract, agreement, or other act relating to capital improvements, except for maintenance, repairs, and maintaining existing facilities, shall be void and of no effect unless authorized by resolutions of the board.

(Act 2012-497, p. 1460, §6.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021