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Alabama Code Title 9. Conservation and Natural Resources § 9-14A-9

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The bonds issued pursuant to this chapter shall not be obligations of said corporations but shall be general obligations of the state with the full faith and credit and taxing power of the state to be pledged to the prompt and faithful payment of the principal thereof and the interest and redemption premium (if any) thereon. The proceeds from the sale of the bonds shall be used exclusively for the purposes described in the aforesaid constitutional amendment. The bonds may be sold and issued in one or more series at any time and from time to time, may have such series designations, may be in such forms, principal amounts, denominations and numbers, may be of such tenor and maturities, may bear such date or dates, may be payable in such installments and at such time or times, may be payable at such place or places within or without the state, may bear interest at such rate or rates payable and evidenced in such manner, may contain provisions for redemption at the option of the state to be exercised by said corporations on such date or dates prior to their respective maturities and upon payment of such redemption price or prices, and may contain such other provisions not inconsistent with the provisions of the amendment and this chapter, all as shall be provided by the respective board of directors of the corporations in the resolution or resolutions pursuant to which the bonds shall be authorized, sold, and issued.

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