North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 159C. Industrial and Pollution Control Facilities Financing Act

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  • NC GEN ST § 159C-1. Short title
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-2. Legislative findings and purposes
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-3. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-4. Creation of authorities
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-5. General powers
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-6. Bonds
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-7. Approval of industrial projects and pollution control projects by Secretary of Commerce
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-8. Approval of bonds
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-9. Sale of bonds
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-10. Location of projects
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-11. Financing agreements
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-12. Security documents
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-13. Trust funds
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-14. Tax exemption
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-15. Construction contracts
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-16. Conflict of interest
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-17. Credit of State not pledged
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-18. Bonds eligible for investment
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-19. Revenue refunding bonds
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-20. No power of eminent domain
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-21. Dissolution of authorities
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-22. Annual reports;  application of Article 3, Subchapter III of Chapter 159
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-23. Officers not liable
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-24. Additional method
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-25. Liberal construction
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-26. Inconsistent laws inapplicable
  • NC GEN ST § 159C-27. Creation, etc., of prior authorities ratified

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