§ 14. Upon the issue of any revenue bonds as herein provided the Board shall fix and establish
rates, charges and fees for the use of facilities acquired, constructed, reconstructed,
extended or improved with the proceeds derived from the sale of such revenue bonds
sufficient at all times with other revenues of the District, if any, to pay; (a)
the cost of maintaining, repairing, regulating and operating such facilities; and
(b) the bonds and interest thereon as they become due, and all sinking fund requirements
and other requirements provided by the ordinance authorizing the issuance of the bonds
or as provided by any trust agreement executed to secure payment thereof.
To secure the payment of any or all revenue bonds and for the purpose of setting forth
the covenants and undertaking of the District in connection with the issuance of revenue
bonds and the issuance of any additional revenue bonds payable from such revenue income
to be derived from the terminals, terminal facilities, airports, airfields, port facilities,
aquariums, museums, planetariums, climatrons and other buildings, or facilities which
the District has the power to acquire, construct, reconstruct, extend or improve,
the District may execute and deliver a trust agreement or agreements except that no
lien upon any physical property of the District shall be created thereby. A remedy for any breach or default of the terms of any such trust agreement by the
District may be by mandamus proceedings in the circuit court to compel performance
and compliance therewith, but the trust agreement may prescribe by whom or on whose
behalf such action may be instituted.
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