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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 5, AMUSEMENTS, PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS AND MEETINGS

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-172: Guarantee of obligations; provisions of resolution

           The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority shall have the power to guarantee the obligations of any other person, corporation, association or of any instrumentality, municipality or political subdivision of the State which are issued to finance an eligible project as defined in accordance with section 25 of this act. Such a guarantee shall be authorized by a resolution of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority which resolution may contain agreements, covenants and pledges of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority as it may deem necessary or desirable to provide security for the guarantee, including but not limited to the establishment of reserves derived from proceeds of bonds issued by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to licensees or from the revenues of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the subordination of bonds and other obligations of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to the guarantee, limitations on the amount of obligations of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority which can be issued which would be senior to or on a parity with the guarantee, the pledge of contracts with licensees and of proceeds of bonds issued to licensees as security for the payment of guaranteed obligations and limitations on the total amount of annual debt service payable by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority on all of its obligations.

L.1984, c. 218, s. 24, eff. Dec. 19, 1984.



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