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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-480—OCT. 7, 1988

102 STAT. 2333

structural, mechanical, and domestic care) which are attributable to such space. (5) MEETING JUDICIAL BRANCH NEEDS.—

(A) IN GENERAL,—Whenever the Chief Justice notifies the Architect that the judicial branch of the United States requires additional space in the building and other improvements constructed under this Act, the Architect shall accommodate those requirements (i) in the case of space made available to the Administrator of General Services, by a date agreed upon under subparagraph (B), or (ii) in the case of space made available to any person or governmental entity (other than the General Services Administration), within 90 days after the date of such notification. (B) SPACE AVAILABLE TO GSA.—In any case in which such additional space is provided from space in the building made available to the Administrator of General Services, the space shall be vacated expeditiously by not later than a date mutually agreed upon by the Chief Justice and the Administrator of General Services. (C) UNOCCUPIED SPACE.—Whenever any space in the building is unoccupied, the Chief Justice shall have a right of first refusal to use such space to meet the needs of the judicial branch in accordance with this subsection. (6) ASSIGNMENT OF SPACE WITHIN THE JUDICIAL BRANCH.—The

Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts may assign and reassign space made available to the judicial branch of the United States under this subsection among offices of the judicial branch as the Director deems appropriate. (b) NONGOVERNMENTAL TENANTS.— (1) GENERAL RULE.—Any space in the building and other

improvements constructed under this Act which the Chief Justice determines is not needed by the judicial branch of the United States shall first be offered to other Federal governmental entities which are not staff of Members of Congress or Congressional Committees; and then, if any space remains, it may be sublesised by the Architect, under the direction of the Commission, to any person. (2) RENTAL RATE.—All space subleased by the Architect under this subsection shall be subject to reimbursement at a rate which is comparable to prevailing rental rates for similar facilities in the area but not less than the rate established under section 403)(2) plus such amount as the Architect and the person subleasing such space agree is necessary to pay on an annual basis for the cost of administering the building (including costs of operation, maintenance, rehabilitation, security, and structural, mechanical, and domestic care) which are attributable to such space. (3) LIMITATION.—Subleases under this subsection must be compatible with the dignity and functions of the judicial branch offices housed in the building and must not unduly interfere with the activities and operations of the judicial branch agencies housed in the building. The provisions of section 4 of the Act of July 31, 1946 (60 Stat. 718; 40 U.S.C. 193d), and section 451 of the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (84 Stat. 1193; 40 U.S.C. 193m-l) shall not apply to any space in the building