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Securities of the hospital corporation may be executed and delivered by it at any time, and from time to time, shall be in such form and denomination and of such tenor and maturities, shall contain such provisions not inconsistent with this division and shall bear such rate or rates of interest payable and evidenced in such manner as may be provided by resolution of the directors of the hospital corporation providing for their issuance. Such securities shall be payable at such place or places, either within or without the state, as shall be prescribed in the resolution of the directors of the hospital corporation providing for their issuance. Such securities, and any interest coupons applicable thereto, shall be executed in such manner and shall be substantially in the form provided for in the authorizing resolution. Any securities issued by any hospital corporation may thereafter, at any time, whether before, at, or after maturity thereof, and from time to time be refunded by the issuance by sale or exchange of refunding securities. All bonds and notes issued by a hospital corporation shall be construed to be negotiable instruments although payable solely from a specified source. All securities issued by a hospital corporation, the income therefrom and all mortgages and other instruments executed as security therefor shall be exempt from all taxation in the State of Alabama.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 22. Health, Mental Health, and Environmental Control § 22-21-108 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-22-health-mental-health-and-environmental-control/al-code-sect-22-21-108/
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