Section 11-92-6

Warrants - Form, terms, denominations, etc.; liability of counties or municipalities upon warrants; disposition of proceeds from sale.

(a) Each participant shall have the power to sell and issue interest-bearing warrants for the purpose of paying the cost or its share of the costs of acquiring and developing industrial parks. Any warrants issued under the provisions of this chapter may be in such denominations, may have such maturity or maturities, not exceeding 30 years from their date, may bear interest from their date at such rate or rates, payable at such times, may be payable at such places within or without the state, may be sold at such times and in such manner and may contain such terms not in conflict with the provisions of this chapter, all as the governing body of the participant may provide in the proceedings wherein the warrants are authorized to be issued.

(b) All such warrants shall evidence general obligation indebtedness of the county or municipality by which they are issued and the full faith and credit of the county or municipality shall be irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the warrants.

(c) The proceeds of the sale of any such warrants shall be used solely for the purpose for which they are authorized to be issued, including the payment of any expenses incurred in connection with their issuance. The proceeds from the sale of any land in an industrial park financed by the sale of warrants issued under this chapter shall be distributed to the participants according to the share of the title held by each as determined pursuant to subdivision (6) of Section 11-92-4 and shall be pledged and applied to the payment of such warrants.

(Acts 1977, No. 694, p. 1223, §6.)