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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 3.94 Transfer of Agreements

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Chapter 3.94
Transfer of Agreements

Sections:

3.94.010 Prior consent from approving authority required.
3.94.020 Proposed assignment to be approved by same approving authority as original agreement.
3.94.030 Approval to be based on best interests of City.
3.94.040 Violation--Declaration of agreement as null and void.
3.94.050 Applicability.

3.94.010 Prior consent from approving authority required.

No contract, lease or other agreement, or interest therein, to which the City is a party shall be assigned or otherwise transferred by any other party to such contract, lease or agreement without the prior consent from the appropriate approving authority of the City of St. Louis in the manner described in Section 3.94.020 of this chapter.
(Ord. 63687 1, 1996.)

3.94.020 Proposed assignment to be approved by same approving authority as original agreement.

In cases where an assignment or other transfer of a contract, lease or other agreement, or interest therein, is proposed ("Proposed Assignment"), the Proposed Assignment must be approved by the same approving authority for the City of St. Louis as required for the approval of the original contract, lease or other agreement.
(Ord. 63687 2, 1996.)

3.94.030 Approval to be based on best interests of City.

In considering a Proposed Assignment, the appropriate approving authority for the City of St. Louis shall base its decision upon whether the best interests of the City and the City's residents would be served by the Proposed Assignment.
(Ord. 63687 3, 1996.)

3.94.040 Violation--Declaration of agreement as null and void.

In the event a party to a contract, lease, or other agreement, to which the City is also a party, assigns or transfers said party's interest in said contract, lease, or other agreement in violation of the terms of this chapter, then the City shall be entitled, at its discretion, to declare said contract, lease, or other agreement null and void. Failure of the City to exercise its discretion to declare a contract, lease or other agreement null and void after it is assigned or transferred in violation of this chapter shall not constitute a waiver by the City of its right to subsequently declare said contract, lease or other agreement null and void.
(Ord. 63687 4, 1996.)

3.94.050 Applicability.

The terms, requirements and proscriptions of this chapter shall apply to all contracts, leases and other agreements, or interests therein, existing at the time the ordinance codified in this chapter is enacted or anytime thereafter. However, nothing in this chapter shall modify the express terms of any contract, lease or other agreement already existing at the time said ordinance is enacted which provide a specific procedure for assignment or transfer. For purposes of this chapter, general references to successors or assigns in an existing contract, lease or other agreement shall not be construed to create a right to assign or transfer unless any such contract, lease or other agreement also contains specific procedures and terms governing how such assignments or transfers may occur.
(Ord. 63687 5, 1996.)

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