CCS HCS SCS SB 578, 2016 (New Section - as Truly Agreed)
515.640. The receiver or any party upon order of the court following notice and a hearing and upon the terms and conditions the court considers just and proper may abandon any estate property that is burdensome to the receiver or is of inconsequential value or benefit. However, a receiver may not abandon property that is a hazard or potential hazard to the public in contravention of a state statute or rule that is reasonably designed to protect the public health or safety from identified hazards. Property that is abandoned no longer constitutes estate property.