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74-3210.Same; issuance of permits and allocation of space; fees; removal and impounding of vehicles, when; lien. (a) All roads, streets, driveways and parking facilities for vehicles on the grounds of each institution shall be under the care, control, maintenance and supervision of the state board of regents. The state board of regents may designate the chief executive officers of the institutions to act on behalf of the state board in exercising the authority provided under this subsection for the care, control, maintenance and supervision of all roads, streets, driveways and parking facilities for vehicles on the grounds of the institutions.

(b) No vehicle, whether privately or publicly owned, may be parked upon institution parking facilities except as authorized by the governing authority of the institution. The governing authority of an institution is authorized to allocate and designate parking areas on the grounds of the institution and may issue permits to use such parking areas to its officers or employees and to the students attending such institution; to allocate parking areas to those persons having business appointments or to guests of such institution; and to fix such fees for misuse of such parking areas by the officers, employees or students attending such institution and by all other persons parking a vehicle at such institution, as shall be established by rules and policies. Any vehicle parked upon any of the parking facilities of an institution without the permission of the governing authority of the institution or the authorized institution agents shall be deemed a common nuisance, and the governing authority shall provide for the abatement of such nuisance by adoption of rules and policies relating to the removal and impounding of such vehicle. The cost of such abatement and removal and impounding shall be a lien against the vehicle until paid by the owner or the owner's representative.

History: L. 1957, ch. 484, § 2; L. 1984, ch. 286, § 2; L. 1996, ch. 213, § 2; July 1.



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