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California Code, Government Code - GOV § 91545

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Any action pursuant to Section 91544 shall have no effect on, and shall not be deemed to impair, any contracts previously entered into by an authority, including any bonds theretofore issued or other obligations theretofore incurred (relating to the subsequent issuance of bonds or otherwise), and, in the event that at the time of the taking of such action any such contracts remain unsatisfied or otherwise undischarged, the governing body shall, in such ordinance, or by other appropriate means in the event of state action and a failure of the state to provide otherwise, make provision for their satisfaction or discharge, and to that end, the public agency may undertake any performance or observance the authority is authorized to perform or observe relating to their satisfaction or discharge.

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