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Revised Municipal Finance Act (Excerpt) Act 34 Of 2001

Published: 2015

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Act 34 of 2001

141.2309 Sale of municipal security at competitive or negotiated sale; requirements.

Sec. 309.

(1) A municipality may sell an authorized municipal security at a competitive sale or a negotiated sale as determined in the authorizing resolution. If a municipality determines to sell a municipal security at a negotiated sale, the governing body shall expressly state the method and reasons for choosing a negotiated sale instead of a competitive sale in the resolution or ordinance authorizing the issuance or sale of the municipal security.

(2) If a municipality determines to sell a municipal security at a competitive sale, the municipality shall publish a notice of sale at least 7 days before the date set for the sale, in a publication printed in the English language and circulated in this state that carries as a part of its regular service the notices of the sale of municipal securities.

(3) A municipality shall award a municipal security sold at a competitive sale to the bidder whose bid meets all specifications and requirements and results in the lowest interest cost to the municipality, unless all bids are rejected.

(4) A municipality may accept bids for the purchase of a municipal security made in person, by mail, by facsimile, by electronic means, or by any other means authorized by the municipality.

History: 2001, Act 34, Eff. Mar. 1, 2002

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