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

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-173.6: Issuance of bonds, notes

           6. a. Notwithstanding any provisions of P.L.1984, c.218 (C.5:12-153 et al.) restricting the issuance or sale of bonds, notes or other obligations by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, the authority may from time to time issue bonds or notes, the principal, interest or redemption premiums on which are to be payable in all or part from amounts then on deposit or to be deposited in the special fund established pursuant to section 4 of this act, P.L.1993, c.159 (C.5:12-173.4). The authority is authorized to issue its bonds in such principal amounts as shall be necessary to provide sufficient funds for eligible projects to be financed from that special fund, and to pay, fund, or refund principal or interest or redemption premiums on any bonds or notes issued by it which are payable from that special fund, whether the bonds or notes or interest to be funded or refunded have or have not become due.

b. The bonds or notes may be additionally secured by a pledge of any grant or contribution from the federal government or any State or any agency or public subdivision thereof or any person or a pledge of any moneys, income or revenues of the authority from any source whatsoever. The authority may also enter into bank loan agreements, lines of credit or bond insurance and other security agreements and obtain for or on its behalf letters of credit in each case for the purpose of securing its bonds, notes or other obligations or to provide direct payment of any costs which the authority is authorized to pay by this act and to secure repayment of any borrowings under the loan agreement, line of credit, letter of credit, bond insurance or other security agreement by its bonds, notes or other obligations or the proceeds thereof or by any or all of the revenues of and payments to the authority or by any appropriation, grant or reimbursement to be received by the authority and other moneys or funds as the authority shall determine.

c. Any provision of any law to the contrary notwithstanding, any bond or note issued pursuant to this act shall be fully negotiable within the meaning and for all purposes of the negotiable instruments law of the State, and each holder or owner of a bond or note, or of any coupon appurtenant thereto, by accepting the bond, note or coupon shall be conclusively deemed to have agreed that the bond, note or coupon is and shall be fully negotiable within the meaning and for all purposes of the negotiable instruments law.

d. Bonds or notes of the authority shall be authorized by resolution of the authority and may be issued in one or more series and shall bear the date or dates, mature at the time or times not exceeding 50 years from the date thereof, bear interest at a rate or rates within the maximum rate, as shall be determined by the authority, shall be in the denomination or denominations, be in the form, either coupon or registered, carry the conversion or registration privileges, have the rank or priority, be executed in the manner, be payable from the sources in the medium of payment at the place or places within or without the State, and be subject to the terms of redemption, with or without premium, as the resolution or resolutions may provide.

e. Bonds or notes of the authority may be sold at public or private sale at the price or prices as the authority shall determine.

L.1993,c.159,s.6.



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