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Title : Title 11 COUNTIES AND MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS.
Chapter : Title 2 Chapter 64 SECURITIES ISSUED IN ANTICIPATION OF GRANTS.
Section 11-64-1

Section 11-64-1
Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following words and terms shall have the following respective meanings:

(1) CONDITIONS OF A GRANT. The terms and conditions upon which a grant is made by a donor.

(2) DONOR. The United States, or the state, or any county in the state or any municipality or any department, division, board, bureau, institution or agency of any of the foregoing, or any person, firm or corporation, institution, foundation or other agency or any combination of any two or more such donors.

(3) GOVERNING BODY. The council, commission, board of directors or other group or body which governs, controls or makes decisions for a grantee.

(4) GRANT. Any gift, grant, appropriation, donation, or advance by any donor, whether absolute or conditional, for any purpose.

(5) GRANTEE. Any municipality, or any department, board, bureau, commission or agency of any municipality, whether incorporated or not, acting on behalf of the municipality, or any public corporation, to which a grant is to be made.

(6) MUNICIPALITY. Any city or town incorporated under the laws of the state.

(7) PUBLIC CORPORATION. Any board, authority or other municipal public corporation incorporated with the approval of, or more than one of the directors of which are elected or appointed by, the governing body of, a municipality. A city board of education shall be considered a public corporation within the meaning of this chapter.

(8) SECURITIES. One or more bonds, notes, warrants or certificates of indebtedness of a municipality or public corporation.

(9) STATE. The State of Alabama.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §1.)Section 11-64-2

Section 11-64-2
Power and authority of grantees.

Each grantee shall have the power, and, when approved by its governing body, the authority, to do or perform any one or more of the following:

(1) To apply to any donor for a grant and to pay the expenses involved in making such application;

(2) To accept and receive grants from any donor;

(3) To expend or apply the proceeds of any grant for the purpose or purposes for which the same is made;

(4) To agree to comply with the conditions of the grant;

(5) To pay over or donate or loan to any board, authority or agency of the grantee, or to any municipality, or to any public corporation, or to any county or counties in the state or to the state, or to any board, bureau, authority, institution, or agency of the grantee, or of such public corporation, or of such county or counties, or of the state or to any person, firm or corporation, any grant proceeds authorized or permitted to be so paid over, donated or loaned by the conditions of the grant.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §2.)Section 11-64-3

Section 11-64-3
Power and authority of municipalities and public corporations.

Each municipality and each public corporation shall have the power and, when approved by its governing body, the authority, to do or perform any one or more of the following:

(1) To anticipate the receipt of any grant either by loan or by assignment or both; to issue securities to evidence such loan or assignment; to make such securities the general obligation indebtedness of the issuer or the obligation of the issuer limited or restricted as to source of payment and security to all or a portion of the proceeds of the grant or to any revenue, receipts or income or any special tax or license of the issuer, or any one or more thereof.

(2) To pledge to the holders of any securities issued pursuant to this chapter the full faith and credit of the issuer and in addition to, or instead of such pledge, to pledge and grant a security interest in all or a portion of the proceeds of the grant or any revenue, receipts or income or any special tax or license of the issuer, or any one or more thereof; or to mortgage or grant a security interest in any property of the issuer as security for any such securities, as the governing body of the issuer may determine.

(3) To pledge, assign and grant a security interest in all or any part of the proceeds of any grant to the holders of any securities issued by the municipality or the public corporation for any lawful purpose under the authority of any law other than this chapter.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §3.)Section 11-64-4

Section 11-64-4
Securities; maturity; total principal amount; denomination and tenor; execution; coupons for interest.

Securities issued under the authority of this chapter shall mature at such time or times as the governing body of the issuer shall determine, not later than the date on which the last installment of the grant is reasonably expected to be received. The total principal amount of securities which may be issued in respect of a grant shall not exceed the reasonably estimated proceeds of the grant. The determination of the governing body of the issuer of the date on which the last installment of the grant will be received and the amounts of the proceeds of any grant to be received shall be conclusive. Securities issued under the authority of this chapter shall be of such denomination and tenor, shall contain such covenants and restrictions and provisions and shall be payable at such place or places, within or without the state, as the governing body of the issuer shall determine. Such securities shall be executed in the name of the issuer by such officer as such governing body shall designate and attested by such other officer thereof as such governing body shall designate, with the seal of the issuer impressed thereon, but coupons for interest, if interest is evidenced by coupons, need be signed only by the officer who executes the securities. Execution by facsimile signature and seal in the manner authorized by law for bonds of a municipality may be authorized by the governing body.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §4.)Section 11-64-5

Section 11-64-5
Exemption of securities from taxation.

All securities issued by authority of this chapter and the interest thereon shall be exempt from all taxation in the state.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §5.)Section 11-64-6

Section 11-64-6
Investment status of securities.

Securities issued under the authority of this chapter shall be securities in which the state, the grantee, all counties and political subdivisions of the state, their officers, boards, departments or agencies and all banks, bankers, trust companies, savings and loan associations, investment companies and other persons carrying on a banking business, all insurance companies and insurance associations and other persons carrying on an insurance business, all administrators, executors, guardians, trustees and other fiduciaries, and all other persons who now are or may hereafter be authorized to invest in securities issued by a municipality, may properly and legally invest any funds, including capital belonging to them or within their control.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §6.)Section 11-64-7

Section 11-64-7
Additional authority; chapter not to repeal, restrict or modify any law.

This chapter is intended to grant additional authority to grantees, municipalities and public corporations and shall not be considered to repeal, restrict or modify any law now in effect or hereafter enacted.



(Acts 1981, No. 81-798, p. 1403, §7.)

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