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9.16 Personal Use of University Property

Georgia Code Annotated 50-5-80 states in part:

"(b) It shall be unlawful for any employee or official of the state or any other person to purchase, directly or indirectly, through the Department of Administrative Services, or through any agency, department, board, or bureau of the state, any article, material, merchandise, ware, commodity, or other thing of value for the personal or individual ownership of himself or herself or other person or persons. All articles, materials, merchandise, wares, commodities, or other things of value purchased, directly or indirectly, by or through the Department of Administrative Services or by or through any agency, department, board, or bureau of the state shall be and remain the property of the state until sold or disposed of by the state in accordance with the laws governing the disposition or sale of other state property."

"(c) It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to sell or deliver any article, material, merchandise, ware, commodity, or other thing of value to any person, directly or indirectly by or through the Department of Administrative Services or by or through department, agency, board, or bureau of the state for the individual and personal ownership of such person or other person or persons except that property of the state may be sold or otherwise disposed of in accordance with the laws governing the sale or other disposition of state property.

"(d) Any person who violates any provision of this Code section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor."

The Policy Manual of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia states the following:

"Property owned by an institution shall be used only for institutional purposes. No employee in the University System shall permit such property to be removed from the campus of an institution for use on either a rental or loan basis for personal use."

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