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

    Chapter 12:

      Section: 5:12-173.7: Covenants by authority; contracts with holders of bonds, notes

           7. In any resolution of the authority authorizing or relating to the issuance of bonds or notes pursuant to section 6 of this act, P.L.1993, c.159 (C.5:12-173.6), the authority, in order to secure the payment of the bonds or notes and in addition to its other powers, shall have power by provisions therein which shall constitute covenants by the authority and contracts with the holders of the bonds or notes:

a. To pledge to any payment or purpose all or any part of its revenues to which its right then exists or may thereafter come into existence, and the moneys derived therefrom, and the proceeds of any bonds or notes.

b. To covenant against pledging all or any part of its revenues, or against mortgaging all or any part of its real or personal property then owned or thereafter acquired, or against permitting or suffering any lien on its revenues or property.

c. To covenant with respect to limitations on any right to sell, lease or otherwise dispose of any project or any part thereof or any property of any kind.

d. To covenant as to any bonds and notes to be issued and the limitations thereon and the terms and conditions thereof and as to the custody, application, investment and disposition of the proceeds thereof.

e. To covenant as to the issuance of additional bonds or notes or as to limitations on the issuance of additional bonds or notes and on the incurring of other debts by the authority.

f. To covenant as to the payment of the principal of or interest on the bonds or notes, or any other obligations, as to the sources and methods of that payment, as to the rank or priority of any bonds, notes or obligations with respect to any lien or security or as to the acceleration of the maturity of any bonds, notes or obligations.

g. To provide for the replacement of lost, stolen, destroyed or mutilated bonds or notes.

h. To covenant against extending the time for the payment of bonds or notes or interest thereon.

i. To covenant as to the redemption of bonds or notes and privileges of exchange thereof for other bonds or notes of the authority.

j. To covenant to create or authorize the creation of special funds or moneys to be held in pledge or otherwise for construction, operating expenses, payment or redemption of bonds or notes, reserves or other purposes and as to the use and disposition of the moneys held in the funds.

k. To establish the procedure, if any, by which the terms of any contract or covenant with or for the benefit of the holders of bonds or notes may be amended or abrogated, the amount of bonds or notes the holders of which must consent thereto, and the manner in which the consent may be given.

l. To covenant as to the construction, operation or maintenance of real property and personal property, the replacement thereof, the insurance to be carried thereon, and the use and disposition of insurance moneys.

m. To provide for the release of property, leases or other agreements, or revenues and receipts from any pledge or mortgage and to reserve rights and powers in, or the right to dispose of, property which is subject to a pledge or mortgage.

n. To mortgage all or any part of its property, real or personal, then owned or thereafter to be acquired.

o. To provide for the rights and liabilities, powers and duties arising upon the breach of any covenant, condition or obligation and to prescribe the events of default and the terms and conditions upon which any or all of the bonds, notes or other obligations of the authority shall become or may be declared due and payable before maturity and the terms and conditions upon which any declaration and its consequences may be waived.

p. To vest in a trustee or trustees within or without the State such property, rights, powers and duties in trust as the authority may determine and to limit the rights, powers and duties of the trustee.

q. To pay the costs or expenses incident to the enforcement of the bonds or notes or of the provisions of the resolution or of any covenant or agreement of the authority with the holders of its bonds or notes.

r. To limit the rights of the holder of any bonds or notes to enforce any pledge or covenant securing bonds or notes.

s. To make covenants other than and in addition to the covenants herein expressly authorized, of like or different character, and to make the covenants to do or refrain from doing any acts and things as may be necessary, or convenient and desirable, in order to better secure bonds or notes or which, in the absolute discretion of the authority, will tend to make bonds or notes more marketable, notwithstanding that the covenants, acts or things may not be enumerated herein.

L.1993,c.159,s.7.



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