§516-108  Trust indenture.  (a)  A trust indenture may contain covenants and provisions authorized by part III of chapter 39, and as deemed necessary or convenient by the corporation for the purposes of this part.

     (b)  A trust indenture may allow the corporation to pledge and assign to the trustee loans and other agreements related to the acquisition loan programs, and the rights of the corporation thereunder, including the right to receive revenues thereunder and to enforce the provision thereof.

     (c)  Where a trust indenture provides that any revenue bond issued under that trust indenture is not valid or obligatory for any purpose unless certified or authenticated by the trustee, all signatures of the officers of the State upon the revenue bonds required by section 39-56 may be facsimiles of their signatures.

     (d)  A trust indenture also shall contain provisions as to:

     (1)  The investment of the proceeds of the revenue bonds, the investment of any reserve for the bonds, the investment of the revenues of the acquisition loan programs, and the use and application of the earnings from investments; and

     (2)  The terms and conditions upon which the holders of the revenue bonds or any portion of them or any trustee thereof may institute proceedings for the foreclosure of any loan or other agreement or any note or other undertaking, obligation, or property securing the payment of the bonds and the use and application of the moneys derived from the foreclosure.

     (e)  A trust indenture also may contain provisions deemed necessary or desirable by the corporation to obtain or permit, by grant, interest subsidy, or otherwise, the participation of the federal government in the acquisition loan programs or in the financing of the costs of administering, operating, or maintaining the acquisition loan programs. [L 1983, c 270, pt of §1; am L 1987, c 337, §16; am L 1988, c 104, §2; am L 2005, c 196, §26(b); am L 2006, c 180, §16]


Revision Note


  Section "39-56" substituted for "39-64".