Transfer of funds and assets by counties and municipalities.
The county in which the corporation is organized, any municipality located, in whole or in part, within such county, whether or not a member of such corporation, and any public corporation in such county and any other public agency, authority or body, whether or not incorporated, located or having its principal office in the county are hereby authorized to transfer and convey to the corporation, with or without consideration, any hospital and other properties, real or personal, and all funds and assets, tangible or intangible, relative to the ownership or operation of any hospital that may be owned by such county, municipality, public corporation or public agency, authority or body, as the case may be, or that may be jointly owned by any one or more thereof, and any funds owned or controlled by such county, municipality, public corporation or public agency, authority or body, as the case may be, or jointly by any one or more thereof, that may have been raised or allocated for any of the purposes for which the corporation shall have been organized; provided, that such transfer or conveyance shall be authorized by an ordinance or a resolution duly adopted by the governing body of such county, municipality, public corporation or public agency, authority or body, as the case may be. Further, in the event of the transfer of any hospital to the corporation, any taxes, tax proceeds and other revenues that are apportioned or allocated to or for the benefit of the prior owner or operator of such hospital or for patient care at such hospital shall thereafter be paid to the corporation.
(Acts 1975, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 183, p. 442, §21.)