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Indiana Code Title 36. Local Government § 36-1-10-21

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Sec. 21. (a) A not-for-profit corporation qualifying as a lessor corporation under this chapter may issue and sell bonds and other securities.  Mortgage bonds issued by a lessor corporation that are a first lien on the leased property shall be considered legal and proper investments for state banks and trust companies, insurance companies, and fiduciaries.

(b) Bonds issued by a lessor corporation may be sold at a private sale, a negotiated sale, or a public sale.  If bonds are sold at public sale, they shall be sold pursuant to IC 5-1-11, but the notice of sale shall be published in the manner required for bonds of the county in which the leased property is or will be located.

(c) Approval of the securities commissioner is not required in connection with the issuance and sale of the bonds.

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