Section 8-6-115

Notifications of intent to issue bonds.

On and after May 27, 1978, any issuer proposing to issue any industrial revenue bonds under authority of the authorizing act shall, at least 20 days prior to the date of delivery of the industrial revenue bonds, deliver to the director a notification in writing of its intention to issue the bonds. The director may for good cause shown, waive, shorten, or, with the consent of the issuer, extend the 20-day requirement. The notifications shall contain the name and address of the issuer, the lessee, the guarantor, if any, the trustee, the underwriter, purchaser, fiscal agent, or agents, legal counsel for each of the above named parties and bond counsel, the estimated face amount of the bond issue, the estimated capital budget for the project to the extent that the information is available to the issuer when it files the notification, and any other information prescribed by the rules and regulations issued by the commission to advise the director and the commission of the nature of the proposed transaction. Each notification shall be accompanied by a filing fee equal to one twentieth of one percent of the principal amount of industrial revenue bonds described in the notification. No filing fee shall be less than $25 nor greater than $1,000. All fees shall be deposited in a special account in the State Treasury to be withdrawn by the director for the use of the commission in the administration of this article. All notifications shall be available for public inspection during the normal business hours of the director.

(Acts 1978, No. 586, p. 681, §6; Acts 1992, No. 92-124, p. 224, §3.)