(a) The certificate of incorporation of the authority shall be signed and acknowledged by the incorporators before an officer authorized by the laws of the state to take acknowledgments to deeds.
(b) The certificate shall have each of the following attached:
(1) A certified copy of the resolution required in Section 11-61A-3.
(2) A certificate by the Secretary of State that the name proposed for the authority is not identical to that of any other corporation organized under the laws of the state or so nearly similar as to lead to confusion and uncertainty.
(c) The incorporators shall file the certificate of incorporation of the authority, together with the attachments in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the principal office of the authority is located. The judge of probate shall immediately receive and record the certificate and attachments.
(d) When the certificate of incorporation and attachments have been filed, the authority shall come into existence and shall constitute a public corporation under the name set forth in the certificate. The authority shall be vested with the rights and powers granted in this chapter.