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Said bonds when issued shall be registered by the clerk of the board of supervisors in a book kept for that purpose, which shall be a public record and shall be a faithful and correct register showing the date, number, amount, and date due of said bonds, the place of payment, and to whom issued or paid, of all bonds issued, sold, or used; and the said clerk shall enter on said register an account of all the bonds paid, received, or taken up by said board of commissioners. It shall be the duty of the said commissioners to promptly furnish to the said clerk necessary data for the keeping of said registers, to cancel and destroy all bonds and coupons which have been paid, and to report the facts to the said clerk to be entered on said register; and no bond or coupons paid, received, or taken up by said board of commissioners shall again be used or reissued. The minutes of the said board of commissioners are furthermore required to show fully the date, number, amount, place of payment, to whom issued and paid of each of said bonds, and shall further show the coupons and bonds paid, taken up, and destroyed, as a check on the register required to be kept by said clerk.
And for the prompt payment of said bonds and coupons the board of commissioners may irrevocably pledge the full faith, credit and resources of the district, and all assessments of said district, as provided in this chapter.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 51. Waters, Water Resources, Water Districts, Drainage, and Flood Control § 51-29-65. Registering bonds - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-51-waters-water-resources-water-districts-drainage-and-flood-control/ms-code-sect-51-29-65/
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