Section 11-20-44

Conveyances, etc., of assets to corporations by other public corporations; assumption of obligations or indebtedness of corporations making conveyances, etc.

Any public corporation organized pursuant to the provisions of any other law of this state may, either with or without the payment of pecuniary consideration, transfer, assign or convey all or any part of its assets, including, but without limitation, land, interests in land, improvements, buildings, structures, roads, utility facilities, cash and any facilities which would be a part of a project, to any corporation organized pursuant to the provisions of this article, and any corporation so organized under the provisions of this article is authorized to assume any obligation or indebtedness of any such other public corporation making such a conveyance, transfer or assignment, provided such indebtedness is payable solely out of the revenues and income of a project or of the facilities and assets so transferred, assigned or conveyed.

(Acts 1977, No. 762, p. 1310, §21.)