Section 11-86A-20

Transfer of funds and assets to authority.

Any public person may transfer and convey to an authority, with or without consideration any properties, real, personal, or mixed, and all funds and assets, tangible or intangible, that may be owned by a public person or that may be jointly owned by any two or more thereof, and any funds owned or controlled by a public person or jointly by any two or more thereof, whether or not the property or funds are considered necessary for the conduct of the governmental or public functions, if any, of a public person. The transfer or conveyance shall be authorized by an ordinance or resolution duly adopted by the governing body of a public person. Any such ordinance or resolution need not be published or posted and need not be offered for more than one reading.

(Act 2000-106, p. 129, §20.)