Each such city shall also have the power to finance the construction of public improvements in the police jurisdiction of such city by the issuance of its bonds payable solely out of the proceeds from assessments then made or to be thereafter made against the properties specially benefited by such improvements. Any such bonds shall not be general obligations of such city, and such city shall not be in any way liable to the holders of such bonds in the event of the failure to collect any of the assessments out of the proceeds from which such securities may be payable.
Any such bonds shall pledge, convey and transfer to the holders thereof all of the issuing city's right, title and interest in and to such assessments and the city's liens securing such assessments, together with the right to enforce the collection of such assessments by foreclosure of such liens in any court of competent jurisdiction. If the holder of any bond issued pursuant to the provisions of this section shall institute a foreclosure action in any court against any property subject to a lien securing any such assessment, such holder shall be entitled to have the proceeds of said action applied pro rata to the payment of the bond or bonds of such holder and all other bonds issued under this section and payable from the proceeds of the same assessments to the end that not more than one foreclosure action shall be brought against any one lot or parcel of land. The costs of any such foreclosure action including a reasonable attorney's fee in any case where the bondholder bringing such action is represented therein by an attorney shall be ascertained by the court and deducted from the proceeds derived from said action before such proceeds are prorated as provided for in this section.
Any bonds issued under the provisions of this section shall be subject to the provisions of Sections 11-81-110 through 11-81-123, and to all other provisions of law now existing or hereafter enacted with respect to the sale and issuance by such cities of general obligation bonds for the purpose of financing public improvements within the city, the cost of which is to be assessed wholly or in part against the properties specially benefited thereby; provided, that any bonds issued under the provisions of this section shall not constitute general obligations of the issuing city but shall be payable solely from the proceeds of assessments as provided in this section.