Section 11-62-10

Refunding bonds and notes.

(a) Any authority may issue refunding bonds or notes for the purpose of refunding any bonds or notes then outstanding which have been issued under the provisions of this chapter, including the payment of any redemption premium thereon, any interest accrued or to accrue to the date of maturity or earlier redemption of such bonds or notes and any expenses of such refunding, including, without limitation to, attorneys' fees, costs of printing the refunding bonds or notes, financial advisors' fees and accountants' fees, and for the purpose of refunding any of its bonds or notes in combination with any other corporate purpose of such authority. The issuance of such refunding bonds or notes, the maturities and other details thereof, the rights of the holders thereof and the rights, duties and obligations of such authority in respect thereof shall be governed by the provisions of this chapter relating to the issuance of bonds and notes generally, to the extent that such provisions may be appropriate therefor.

(b) Refunding bonds or notes issued by any authority may be sold or exchanged for outstanding bonds or notes issued under this chapter and, if sold, the proceeds thereof may be applied, in addition to any other authorized purposes, to the purchase, redemption or payment of such outstanding bonds or notes. Pending the application of the proceeds of any such refunding bonds or notes for any of the purposes provided in this section, such proceeds may be invested in any eligible investments pursuant to an escrow agreement providing for the future application of such proceeds in accordance with such purposes.

(Acts 1979, No. 79-332, p. 506, §10.)