In connection with the interim or permanent financing of any project to be permanently
financed in whole or in part by a government, or the permanent financing of which
is to be secured by a pledge of a government commitment for rental assistance payments,
the authority shall also have the power, subject to the consent or approval of any
government providing such financing or making such commitment for rental assistance
payments, to mortgage all or any part of its property, real or personal, then owned
or thereafter acquired, and thereby:
(1) To vest in a government the right, upon the happening of an event of default (as
defined in such mortgage), to foreclose such mortgage through judicial proceedings
or through the exercise of a power of sale without judicial proceedings, so long as
a government shall be the holder of any of the bonds secured by such mortgage.
(2) To vest in a trustee or trustees the right, upon the happening of an event of
default (as defined in such mortgage), to foreclose such mortgage through judicial
proceedings or through the exercise of a power of sale without judicial proceedings.
(3) To vest in other obligees the right to foreclose such mortgage by judicial proceedings.
(4) To vest in an obligee, including a government, the right in foreclosing any mortgage
as aforesaid, to foreclose such mortgage as to all or such part or parts of the property
covered thereby as such obligee (in its absolute discretion) shall elect; the institution,
prosecution and conclusion of any such foreclosure proceedings and/or the sale of
any such parts of the mortgaged property shall not affect in any manner or to any
extent the lien of the mortgage on the parts of the mortgaged property not included
in such proceedings or not sold as aforesaid.
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