Section 2-6-114

Form and contents of bonds; redemption.

(a) Any bonds of the corporation may be executed and delivered by it at any time and from time to time, shall be in such form and denominations and of such tenor and maturities, shall bear such rate or rates of interest, payable and evidenced in such manner, may contain provisions for redemption prior to maturity, and may contain other provisions not inconsistent herewith, all as may be provided by the resolution of the board of directors whereunder such bonds are authorized to be issued; provided, that no bond of the corporation shall have a specified maturity date later than 30 years after its date. Each bond of the corporation may be made subject to redemption at the option of the corporation under such terms and conditions and at such premiums, if any, as may be provided in the resolution under which the bond is authorized to be issued. The corporation may pay out of the proceeds of the sale of its bonds all expenses, including fees and disbursements of attorneys, accountants, fiscal agents, financial advisors, and other consultants, fees and disbursements of trustees, escrow agents, registrars, paying agents, transfer agents, depositories for safekeeping, authenticating agents, agents for the delivery and payment of bonds, fees and commissions of bond insurers, and credit enhancers, printing costs, and other customary bond issuance expenses.

(b) Bonds issued by the corporation shall not be general obligations of the corporation, but shall be payable solely out of the funds referred to in Section 2-6-118. In the event the corporation shall make more than one pledge of the same revenues, the pledges shall take precedence in the order of the adoption of the resolutions in which the pledges are made. Neither a public hearing nor consent of the Department of Finance or any other department or agency of the state shall be a prerequisite to the issuance of bonds by the corporation.

(Act 2011-575, p. 1231, §16.)