Code of Alabama - Title 34: Professions and Businesses - Section 34-24-314 - Authority to acquire and hold real property; sale

Section 34-24-314 - Authority to acquire and hold real property; sale.

The State Board of Medical Examiners may acquire and hold, in its own name, real property by purchase, gift, or other lawful means, except eminent domain, which real property is used by the board to carry out its responsibilities. The board may also transfer, sell, convey, or cause to be conveyed real property and any improvements thereon, subject to the requirements of this section. In purchasing any real property, the board may expend its own funds, and any obligations created in connection with the purchase of the real property shall solely and exclusively be obligations of the board and shall not create debts, obligations, or liabilities of the State of Alabama. As used in this section, real property shall include land, lots, and all things and interests, including lease hold interests, pertaining thereto, and all other things annexed or attached to the land which would pass to a vendee by conveyance of the land or lot, including mineral and gas and oil interests. All sales or leases made by the board of any real property owned or held by the board shall be subject to the requirements of Article 3, Chapter 15, Title 9. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the proceeds from the sale of real property owned by the board which are distributed pursuant to Section 9-15-83 shall be paid to the board.

(Act 2005-39, p. 54, §1.)

Last modified: May 3, 2021