Section 41-10-273Security for bonds; collection and application of revenues pledged to payment of bonds; terms of leases of judicial facilities; maintenance and insurance of judicial facilities; reserve and other funds; rights of holders of bonds upon default.
Any resolution of the board of directors authorizing the issuance of bonds may contain any provision or agreement customarily contained in instruments securing evidences of indebtedness, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, a pledge, transfer or assignment of any leases of any judicial facilities out of the revenues from which such bonds are payable and a pledge of such revenues. Any such resolution may also contain provisions respecting the collection and application of any revenues pledged to the payment of the authority's bonds, the terms to be incorporated in lease agreements respecting judicial facilities out of the revenues from which such bonds are payable, the maintenance of and insurance on such judicial facilities, the creation and maintenance of reserve and other special funds from such revenues or from the proceeds of the authority's bonds, and the rights and remedies available in the event of default to the holders of the bonds, all as the authority may deem advisable and as shall not be in conflict with the provisions of this article. If there be any default by the authority in the payment of the principal of or interest on the bonds or in any of the agreements on the part of the authority which may properly be included in any resolution in which any of the bonds are authorized to be issued, any holder of any of the bonds may either at law or in equity, by suit, action, mandamus or other proceeding, enforce payment and compel performance of all duties of the board of directors and officers of the authority, and shall be entitled, as a matter of right and regardless of the sufficiency of any such security or the availability of any other remedy, to the appointment of a receiver in equity with all the power of such receiver for the maintenance, insurance, and leasing of the judicial facilities covered by such resolution and the collection and application of such revenues; provided, however, that no such resolution shall grant any lien subject to foreclosure, nor shall such resolution be construed so as to compel the sale of any of the judicial facilities of the authority in satisfaction of the bonds secured thereby. Any such resolution may contain provisions regarding the rights and remedies of the holders of the bonds and may contain provisions restricting the individual rights of action of the holders of the bonds.
(Acts 1986, No. 86-420, p. 627, §14.)