UNIFIED VOLUME LIMITATION ALLOCATION ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 496 of 1988
12.118 Invalidation of request or allocation; notice of changed information; new request for allocation; issuance of bonds before receiving allocation or approval for amendment to allocation; cancellation of prior allocation by approval of new request.
(1) A change in the facility to be financed, the issuer, the year for which the allocation is requested, or, if required to be specified in the request for allocation, the owner of the facility invalidates the request. If a change described in this subsection occurs after an allocation is made, the change invalidates the allocation.
(2) A change in any information other than that specified in subsection (1), an increase in the principal amount of the obligation, or, for refunding bonds, an increase in the amount of the issue expected to exceed the amount of the obligation to be refunded does not invalidate the request or allocation if the change or increase occurred after the filing of the request. If the obligation is not yet delivered and the change is a new purchaser, the issuer shall promptly file with the treasurer notice of the changed information, including a commitment of the new purchaser or an assignment of the previous commitment to the new purchaser. If the obligation is not yet delivered and the change is a need for an increase in the allocation, the issuer shall promptly file with the treasurer notice of the changed information, including a new request for allocation for an increase in the amount of the issue due to an increased principal amount or a decreased amount to be used to refund an obligation.
(3) If an issuer issues its bonds before receiving an allocation or approval for an amendment to the allocation request, the state treasurer is not required to issue an allocation, increase a previously approved allocation, or revise the terms of an allocation previously approved.
(4) Before the expiration of an allocation order, an issuer may request a new allocation by filing a new request for allocation pursuant to section 5. The approval of a new request cancels the prior allocation order for the private activity bonds described in the original request.
History: 1988, Act 496, Eff. Mar. 30, 1989
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