Section 41-10-36


Published: 2015

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Section 41-10-36

Section 41-10-36Definitions.

Unless the context requires otherwise, the terms defined in this section shall have the following meanings for purposes of this division:



(1) AFFECTED BOND. Any obligation or portion thereof which is required under the terms of the code to receive an allocation of the state ceiling as a condition for the exclusion of interest on such obligation from the gross income of the recipient thereof for federal income tax purposes.



(2) ALLOCATION. An allocation of a portion of the state ceiling issued by the authority pursuant to the provisions of this division.



(3) APPLICATION. An application for an allocation, submitted by an issuer under the provisions of this division.



(4) APPLICATION FOR CARRYFORWARD ALLOCATION. Any application filed with the authority seeking an elective carryforward of unused limitation for a "carryforward purpose" as defined in Section 146(f)(5) of the code.



(5) AUTHORITY. The State Industrial Development Authority, a public corporation of the state, organized and existing under Act No. 662, enacted at the 1965 Regular Session of the Legislature of Alabama.



(6) CARRYFORWARD ALLOCATION. An elective carryforward of state ceiling for a "carryforward purpose" which may be granted by the authority under the provisions of Section 41-10-39 and Section 146(f) of the code.



(7) CODE. The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including any successor provision to any code section or subsection referred to herein.



(8) EXEMPT FACILITY BOND. Any obligation described as such in Section 142(a) of the code, other than bonds, the proceeds of which are to be used to provide airports or docks and wharves within the meaning of Sections 142(a)(1) and 142(a)(2), respectively, and includes any obligation issued to finance air and water pollution control facilities under the provisions of Section 103(b)(4)(F) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, to the extent permitted under any transitional or effective date provision of the code.



(9) ISSUER. The state, any agency or instrumentality of the state and any county, municipality or public corporation authorized by or pursuant to the constitution or laws of the state to issue affected bonds.



(10) LOCAL ISSUER. Any issuer which is a county, municipality, or public corporation organized by or pursuant to approval by a county or municipality (or pursuant to approval by two or more counties or municipalities or both) and which is authorized by or pursuant to the constitution or laws of the state to issue affected bonds.



(11) MANUFACTURING FACILITY. Any facility which is used in the manufacturing or production of tangible personal property (including processing resulting in a change in the condition of such property), and includes any facility devoted to an activity described in Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code Major Groups 20 through 39, or to agricultural activities, and further includes office facilities related to the foregoing so long as such office facilities are located on the premises of the manufacturing facility to which they are related.



(12) PRIVATE ACTIVITY BOND has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 141(a) of the code.



(13) QUALIFIED MORTGAGE BOND has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 143(a)(1)(A) of the code.



(14) QUALIFIED REDEVELOPMENT BOND has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 144(c) of the code.



(15) QUALIFIED RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 142(d) of the code.



(16) QUALIFIED SMALL ISSUE BOND has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 144(a) of the code.



(17) QUALIFIED STUDENT LOAN BOND has the same meaning as that specified for such term in Section 144(b) of the code.



(18) REMAINING STATE CEILING. The total state ceiling for calendar year 1988, less the amount thereof which, as of September 27, 1988, has been allocated by the Governor of the state pursuant to the provisions of Executive Order No. 22 of the Governor, and less the amount thereof which, as of September 27, 1988, has been allocated to, or otherwise used by, local issuers for the issuance of affected bonds issued prior to September 27, 1988. The amount of the remaining state ceiling shall be determined by the authority pursuant to Section 41-10-38(b)(2).



(19) STATE. The State of Alabama.



(20) STATE CEILING. The maximum principal amount of affected bonds permitted to be issued in the state during a calendar year under the provisions of Section 146 of the code. Under the provisions of the code in effect on September 27, 1988, based upon the most recent estimate of the population of the state made by the Bureau of Census, the state ceiling for calendar year 1988 is $201,050,000. In the event that the provisions of Section 146 of the code are amended subsequent to September 27, 1988, or upon the publication by the Bureau of Census of revised estimates of the population of the state from time to time, the amount of the state ceiling available for allocation hereunder shall be revised in accordance with the provisions of Section 146 of the code.

(Acts 1988, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 88-870, p. 382, §2.)