41 CFR 102-75.944 - Can landholding agencies outlease surplus real property for non-Federal interim use?

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§ 102-75.944 Can landholding agencies outlease surplus real property for non-Federal interim use?
Yes, landholding agencies who possess independent authority to outlease property may allow organizations to use surplus real property awaiting disposal using either a lease or permit, only when—
(a) The lease or permit does not exceed one year and is revocable with not more than a 30-day notice by the disposal agency;
(b) The use and occupancy will not interfere with, delay, or impede the disposal of the property; and
(c) The agency executing the agreement is responsible for the servicing of such property.

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