1. Subject to the provisions of this title, the directors of the corporation shall
receive, accept, invest, administer, expend and disburse for its corporate purposes
all monies for the corporation from whatever sources derived including:
(b) any other payments, gifts, or appropriations to the corporation from any other
2. The monies of the corporation shall be held by the corporation and may be invested
as provided in subdivision ten of section thirty-two hundred thirty-five of this title. Subject to provisions of any contract with bondholders or noteholders, all monies
received by the corporation other than as proceeds of its bonds or notes which, together
with other monies of the corporation available for the operating expenses of the corporation,
the payment of debt service and the other purposes listed in section thirty-two hundred forty of this title, exceed the amount required for such purposes shall be applied by the
corporation to the acceleration of the payment of principal on the bonds or notes
of the corporation or to the redemption thereof.
3. The comptroller or legally authorized representative, from time to time may examine
the books and accounts of the corporation, including its receipts, disbursements,
contracts, reserves, investments, and any other matters relating to its financial
standing. Such an examination should be conducted by the comptroller or such legally authorized
representative at least once every five years; in lieu of such an examination, the
comptroller may accept from the corporation an external examination of the books and
accounts made at the request of the directors of the corporation.
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