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In connection with the issuance of bonds or the incurring of any obligation under a lease and in order to secure the payment of such bonds or obligations, the authority shall have power:
(1) To pledge by resolution, trust indenture, mortgage, subject to the limitations hereinafter imposed, or other contract all or any part of its rents, fees, or revenues.
(2) To covenant against mortgaging all or any part of its property, real or personal, then owned or thereafter acquired, or against permitting or suffering any lien thereon.
(3) To covenant with respect to limitations on its right to sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of any housing project, or any part thereof, or with respect to limitations on its right to undertake additional housing projects.
(4) To covenant against pledging all or any part of its rents, fees, and revenues to which its right then exists, or the right to which may thereafter come into existence, or against permitting or suffering any lien thereon.
(5) To provide for the release of property, rents, fees, and revenues from any pledge or mortgage, and to reserve right and powers in, or the right to dispose of, property which is subject to a pledge or mortgage.
(6) To covenant as to the bonds to be issued pursuant to any resolution, trust indenture, mortgage, or other instrument and as to the issuance of such bonds in escrow, or otherwise, and as to the use and disposition of the proceeds thereof.
(7) To covenant as to what other, or additional, debt may be incurred by it.
(8) To provide for the terms, form, registration, exchange, execution, and authentication of bonds.
(9) To provide for the replacement of lost, destroyed, or mutilated bonds.
(10) To covenant that the authority warrants the title to the premises.
(11) To covenant as to the rents and fees to be charged, the amount, calculated as may be determined, to be raised each year or other period of time by rents, fees, and other revenues and as to the use and disposition to be made thereof.
(12) To covenant as to the use of any or all of its property, real or personal.
(13) To create, or to authorize the creation of, special funds in which there shall be segregated the proceeds of any loan or grant; all of the rents, fees, and revenues of any housing project or projects or parts thereof; any moneys held for the payment of the costs of operation and maintenance of any such housing projects or as a reserve for the meeting of contingencies in the operation and maintenance thereof; any moneys held for the payment of the principal and interest on its bonds or the sum due under its leases or as a reserve for such payments; and any moneys held for any other reserves or contingencies, and to covenant as to the use and disposal of the moneys held in such funds.
(14) To redeem the bonds, to covenant for their redemption and to provide the terms and conditions thereof.
(15) To covenant against extending the time for the payment of its bonds, or interest thereon, directly or indirectly, by any means or in any manner.
(16) To prescribe the procedure, if any, by which the terms of any contract with bondholders may be amended or abrogated, the amount of bonds the holders of which must consent thereto and the manner in which such consent may be given.
(17) To covenant as to the maintenance of its property, the replacement thereof, the insurance to be carried thereon and the use and disposition of insurance moneys.
(18) To vest in an obligee of the authority the right, in the event of the failure of the authority to observe or perform any covenant on its part to be kept or performed, to cure any such default and to advance any moneys necessary for such purpose, and the moneys so advanced may be made an additional obligation of the authority with such interest, security and priority as may be provided in any trust indenture, mortgage, lease, or contract of the authority with reference thereto.
(19) To covenant and prescribe as to the events of default and terms and conditions upon which any or all of its bonds shall become or may be declared due before maturity and as to the terms and conditions upon which such declaration and its consequences may be waived.
(20) To covenant as to the rights, liabilities, powers, and duties arising upon the breach by it of any covenant, condition, or obligation.
(21) To covenant to surrender possession of all or any part of any housing project or projects upon the happening of an event of default, as defined in the contract, and to vest in an obligee the right, without judicial proceedings, to take possession and to use, operate, manage, and control such housing projects, or any part thereof, and to collect and receive all rents, fees, and revenues arising therefrom in the same manner as the authority itself might do and to dispose of the moneys collected in accordance with the agreement of the authority with such obligee.
(22) To vest in a trustee or trustees the right to enforce any covenant made to secure, to pay or, in relation to the bonds, to provide for the powers and duties of such trustee or trustees, to limit liabilities thereof and to provide the terms and conditions upon which the trustee or trustees or the holders of bonds or any proportion of them may enforce any such covenant.
(23) To make covenants other than and in addition to the covenants expressly authorized in this section, of like or different character.
(24) To execute all instruments necessary or convenient in the exercise of the powers granted in this section or in the performance of its covenants or duties, which may contain such covenants and provisions, in addition to those above specified, as the government or any purchaser of the bonds of the authority may reasonably require.
(25) To make such covenants and to do any and all such acts and things as may be necessary or convenient or desirable in order to secure its bonds, or, in the absolute discretion of the authority, tend to make the bonds more marketable, notwithstanding that such covenants, acts, or things may not be enumerated in this section, it being the intent in this section to give the authority power to do all things in the issuance of bonds, in the provisions for their security, that are not inconsistent with the Constitution of the State of Alabama and no consent or approval of any judge or court shall be required thereof; provided, however, that the authority shall have no power to mortgage all or any part of its property, real or personal, except as provided in Section 24-1-74.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 24. Housing § 24-1-72 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-24-housing/al-code-sect-24-1-72/
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