(a) Mature at such time or times as determined by the public entity or as provided
in section 11-57-205, not to exceed forty years;
(b) Bear interest at a rate or rates payable or compoundable at such intervals as
determined by the public entity or as provided in section 11-57-205; and
(c) Be made payable in lawful money of the United States, at the office of the treasurer
or other appropriate officer or employee of the public entity or any commercial bank
or commercial banks within or without the state as may be authorized by the public
(2) An issuing authority of a public entity may enter into an agreement with a third
party for an assurance of payment of any principal, interest, or premiums due in connection
with any securities issued by the issuing authority. The obligation of the issuing authority to reimburse that third party for any advances
made pursuant to that agreement may be provided in that agreement, recited in those
securities, or evidenced by another instrument. Such obligation shall be designated in the act of issuance as passed by such issuing
authority that authorized the issuance of such securities or any other instrument. The issuing authority may assign its rights under that agreement.
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