Section 41-10-319Rights of holders of bonds upon default.
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 or indenture of trust securing such bonds, any holder of any of the bonds or the trustee for the bondholders under any resolution or indenture of trust, if so authorized therein, may, by an action, mandamus or other proceedings, enforce payment of such items and foreclosure upon any mortgage or security interest granted as security for such bonds and compel performance of all duties of the 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 with all the power of such receiver for the maintenance, insurance and leasing of the facilities and property covered by such resolution or such indenture of trust and the collection and application of the receipts therefrom. Any such resolution or indenture of trust may contain provisions regarding the rights and remedies of any trustee thereunder and the holders of the bonds and may contain provisions restricting the individual rights of action of the holders of the bonds.
(Acts 1986, No. 86-546, p. 1093, §20.)