Section 11-50A-13

Immunity from liability; credit not pledged.

(a) Neither the members of the election committee, the members of the board nor any individual executing bonds, bond anticipation notes or notes on behalf of the authority shall be personally liable thereon by reason of the issuance thereof.

(b) Neither the bonds, bond anticipation notes nor notes issued under provisions of this chapter nor the instruments evidencing the obligations which constitute the security therefor shall constitute a debt or a loan or pledge of the full faith and credit of the state or of any municipality, but all bonds, bond anticipation notes and notes shall be payable solely from the sources described in Section 11-50A-19 as provided in the resolutions or trust agreements or indentures authorizing or securing the issuance and payment of the bonds, bond anticipation notes or notes, as the case may be. The issuance of bonds, bond anticipation notes or notes shall not obligate the state or any municipality to levy or pledge any form of taxation whatever for the payment thereof. No owner of any bond, bond anticipation note or note or receiver or trustee in connection therewith shall have the right to enforce the payment thereof against any property of the state or of any municipality, nor shall any bond, bond anticipation note or note constitute a charge, lien, or encumbrance, legal or equitable, upon any such property. Bonds issued by the authority shall not be general obligations of the authority but shall be payable solely out of the revenues and other funds subject to pledge pursuant to Section 11-50A-19.

(Acts 1981, No. 81-681, p. 1114, §13.)