Section 11-47-221

Bonds of an authority - Execution and delivery; form and denominations; rate of interest; redemption; issuance and sale.

Bonds of an authority may be executed and delivered by it at any time, shall be in the form and denominations and of the tenor and maturity or maturities not exceeding 30 years from their date, shall bear the rate or rates of interest, which may be fixed or which may float or vary based on some index or other standard deemed appropriate by the board or pursuant to periodic determinations made by an agent of the authority, shall be payable and evidenced in the manner, may contain provisions for redemption prior to maturity, and may contain other provisions not inconsistent with the provisions of this article, all as may be provided by the resolution of the board authorizing the bonds or by the indenture whereunder the bonds are authorized to be issued. A bond of any authority having a specified maturity date more than 10 years after its date shall be made subject to redemption at the option of the authority at the end of the tenth year after its date, and on any interest payment date thereafter, under such terms and conditions and at such premiums, if any, as may be provided in the resolution under which the bond is authorized to be issued. Any borrowing may be effected by the issuance and sale of bonds at either public or private sale in the manner, at the price or prices, at the time or times and on the other terms and conditions as may be determined by the board to be most advantageous to the authority.

(Acts 1996, No. 96-320, p. 361, §3.)