North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 159I. Solid Waste Management Loan Program and Local Government Special Obligation Bonds

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  • NC GEN ST § 159I-1. Short title
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-2. Findings and purpose
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-3. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-5. General powers of the Board
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-6. Specific powers of the Board
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-7. Solid Waste Management Loan Fund
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-8. Eligible purpose
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-9. Application
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-10. Eligible applicant
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-11. Priority factors
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-12. Units of local government authorized to borrow money from the Board by loans
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-13. Sources and security for units of local government
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-14. Credit of State not pledged
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-15. Bonds and notes
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-16. Trust agreement or resolution
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-17. Trust funds
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-18. Remedies
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-19. Status of bonds and notes under Uniform Commercial Code
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-20. Bonds and notes eligible for investment
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-21. Refunding bonds and notes
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-22. Officers not liable
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-23. Tax exemption
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-24. Conflicts of interest
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-25. Disbursement
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-26. Withdrawal of commitment
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-27. Inspection
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-28. Rules
  • NC GEN ST § 159I-30. Additional powers of units of local government;  issuance of special obligation bonds and notes

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