(a) The authority may issue and sell its interest-bearing revenue bonds for any corporate purpose at any time or times. The principal of and the interest on the bonds shall be payable solely from, and may be secured by a pledge of, the revenues derived by the authority from the operation of any or all of its parking facilities and other property, or by mortgage of any property of the authority. The bonds issued or contracts entered by the authority shall not constitute or create an obligation, debt, or charge against the credit or taxing power of the state, any county, or municipality within the state.
(b) The board may provide for each of the following regarding the bonds:
(1) Issuance time or times.
(2) Form and denominations.
(4) Payment installments, which shall be at a time or times not exceeding 40 years from their date.
(5) Place or places of payment, whether within or without the state.
(6) Interest rate or rates payable and evidenced in a specified manner.
(c) Any bond having a stated maturity more than ten years after its date shall be made subject to redemption, at the option of the authority, not later than the expiration of ten years from its date and on any interest payment date thereafter at the price or prices and after notice or notices and on the terms and in the manner as may be provided by the board.
(d) Bonds of the authority may be sold at public or private sale in the manner and at times as may be determined by the board.
(e) The authority may pay all reasonable expenses, premiums, fees, and commissions in connection with the authorization, sale, and issuance of the bonds.
(f) All bonds shall contain a recital that they are issued pursuant to this chapter, which recital shall be conclusive that they have been duly authorized under this chapter.
(g) Neither a public hearing nor consent of the Department of Finance shall be a prerequisite to the issuance of bonds by any authority. Notwithstanding the fact that the bonds are payable solely from a specified source, all bonds issued under this chapter shall be deemed negotiable instruments within the meaning of the negotiable instruments law of the state if they otherwise possess all the characteristics of negotiable instruments under the laws of the state.