Section 41-10-360Sale of bonds at public auction; rejection of bids; notice of sale; terms and conditions of sale; expenses, fees, etc.; recital that bonds issued pursuant to article.
Each series of the bonds shall be sold at such time or times as the directors may determine at public sale pursuant to competitive bidding, either on sealed bids or at public auction, to the bidder whose bid reflects the lowest total net interest cost to the authority for the bonds being sold, computed from the date of those at the time being sold to their respective maturities; provided, that if no bid acceptable to the authority is received it may reject all bids. Notice of the sale of any bonds at public sale shall be given either (1) by publication in either a financial journal or a financial newspaper published in the City of New York, New York, or (2) by publication in a newspaper published in the state which is customarily published not less often than six days during each calendar week, which notice must be published at least one time not less than 10 days prior to the date fixed for the sale. The authority may fix the terms and conditions under which each sale of bonds may be held. The authority may pay out of the proceeds from the sale of the bonds all expenses, fees, premiums, discounts, insurance premiums and commissions and letters of credit or other credit enhancement fees as the directors may deem necessary or advantageous. Neither a public hearing nor consent by the state Department of Finance or any other department or agency shall be a prerequisite to the issuance of any of the bonds. All bonds issued by the authority shall contain a recital that they are issued pursuant to the provisions of this article, which recital shall be conclusive evidence that the said bonds have been duly authorized pursuant to the provisions of this article.
(Acts 1988, No. 88-475, p. 739, §11.)