Section 22-23B-7

Published: 2015

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Section 22-23B-7

Section 22-23B-7Purpose; issuing, selling and refunding of bonds.

For the purpose of providing funds for the authority to make loans to public bodies for a project or projects, or for the payment of obligations incurred or temporary loans made for any of said purposes, the authority is hereby authorized, from time to time, to issue and sell its bonds or other evidences of indebtedness. Such bonds may be issued in one or more series; shall be in such form and denominations and of such terms and maturities, not exceeding 30 years from the date of issue of each series; shall bear such rate or rates of interest, payable and evidenced in such manner; may contain such provisions for registration or for redemption prior to maturity; and may contain such other provisions not inconsistent herewith, all as may be provided by the authorizing resolution. As security for the payment of the principal of and interest on its bonds, the authority is authorized to pledge, transfer and assign any obligations of each public body payable to the authority and the security for such obligation, all or any portions of the amounts on deposit in the revolving loan fund and the interest income therefrom, and any other funds available to the authority under the provisions of this chapter.

The bonds and other evidences of indebtedness of the authority may be sold at such time or times as the board of directors may deem advantageous. The bonds may be sold at private or public sale. Bonds sold at public sale may be offered on a basis determined by the authority to enable it to effect the sale of the bonds being sold at the lowest effective borrowing cost to the authority; provided, that if no bid acceptable to the authority is received, it may reject all bids and reoffer the bonds for sale. Notice of any public sale shall be given by publication in one or more newspapers published in the state or by distribution of summary notices of sale or both, in such form and published in such manner and at such times as the board of directors may determine. The authority may pay from the proceeds of the sale of its bonds all expenses, including publication and printing charges, attorney's fees, paying agent and trustee fees, financial advisory fees, bond insurance premiums, letter of credit and other credit enhancement fees, and other expenses which the board of directors may deem necessary or advantageous in connection with the authorization, advertisement, sale, execution, issuance and delivery thereof.

Any bonds issued by the authority may from time to time be refunded by the issuance, by sale or exchange, of refunding bonds payable from the same or different sources for the purpose of paying all or any part of the principal of the bonds to be refunded, any redemption premium required to be paid as a condition to the redemption prior to maturity of any such bonds that are to be so redeemed in connection with such refunding, any accrued and unpaid interest on the bonds to be refunded, any interest to accrue on each bond to be refunded to the date on which it is to be paid, whether at maturity or by redemption prior to maturity, and the expenses incurred in connection with such refunding.

All bonds issued by the authority shall be solely and exclusively obligations of the authority, payable solely from the revenues, income, fees or charges pledged to the payment thereof. No bonds issued under the provisions of this chapter shall constitute a debt or liability of the state or any political subdivision thereof other than the authority or a pledge of the faith and credit of the state or of any political subdivision thereof, but such bonds shall be payable solely from the sources pledged or available for such payment as authorized in this chapter.

(Acts 1997, No. 97-415, p. 687, §7.)

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