Section 2-6-121Resolutions authorizing bonds.
(a) Any resolution authorizing any bonds under this article shall contain a recital that they are issued pursuant to this article, which recital shall be conclusive evidence that the bonds have been duly authorized pursuant to this article, notwithstanding the provisions of any other law now in force or hereafter enacted or amended. Upon the passage of any resolution providing for the issuance of bonds under this article, the corporation, in its discretion, may cause to be published once in each of two consecutive weeks in a newspaper published and having general circulation in the City of Montgomery a notice in substantially the following form, the blanks being first properly filled in:
"Garrett Coliseum Redevelopment Corporation, a public corporation and agency of the State of Alabama, on the ___ day of _____, _____, adopted a resolution providing for the issuance of _____ dollars principal amount of bonds of the authority. Any action or proceeding questioning the validity of the resolution or the bonds or the pledge, and agreements made in the resolution for the benefit thereof, or the proceedings under which the bonds, pledge, and agreements were authorized, must be commenced within 20 days after the first publication of this notice. Garrett Coliseum Redevelopment Corporation, By _________, Its President."
(b) Any action or proceeding in any court seeking to set aside or invalidate a resolution providing for the issuance of bonds under this article or to contest the validity of any bonds, or the validity of any pledge or agreement made, must be commenced within 20 days after the first publication of the notice. After the expiration of 20 days following such first publication, no right of action founded upon questioning or challenging in any way the validity of the resolution or other proceedings, if any, or of the bonds, or of the pledge and agreements, shall be asserted. In the event of such publication the validity of such resolution, proceedings, bonds, pledge, and agreements shall not be open to question in any court upon any ground, except in an action or proceeding commenced within such period. Any such action and any action to protect or enforce any rights under this article shall be brought in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County.
(Act 2011-575, p. 1231, §23.)