Effect of change in organization of state agencies on gifts, devises and bequests
The state may abolish agencies, change or transfer agency functions or rename any state agency. Notwithstanding any such action, property acquired by the state through gift, devise or bequest, when the purpose of the grant is stated or implied as provided in ORS 293.090 (Disposition of gift, devise or bequest to state or state agency), shall continue to be used by any successor agency for the purpose specified. If property is held in trust, a change in agency name or transfer of agency functions, including administration of a trust, shall not be deemed a deviation from the terms of the trust. [1979 c.143 §2]
Note: See note under 293.090 (Disposition of gift, devise or bequest to state or state agency).
GENERAL FUND; OTHER STATE FUNDS
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