A municipal corporation, county, or township may issue general obligation, special
obligation, or revenue bonds and notes in anticipation of the bonds for the purpose
of eliminating fiscal emergency conditions set forth in section 118.03 of the Revised Code, the cost of the issuance of the bonds and notes, and the capitalization of interest
for not more than three years. Bonds issued under this section shall have a maximum maturity of twenty years and
notes issued in anticipation of the issuance of bonds under this section shall have
a maximum maturity of five years. Provisions of the Revised Code applicable to the issuance of bonds and notes by
municipal corporations, counties, and townships, except as they may be in conflict
with this section, are applicable under this section.
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