(A) The officer having charge of the minutes of the taxing authority or other public
issuer shall prepare and certify, and if requested by the original purchaser of the
securities or of the fractionalized interests in its public obligations furnish to
that original purchaser, a true transcript of proceedings pertaining to the securities
or to the public obligations. The transcript shall include all of the following:
(1) A statement of the character of the meetings of the taxing authority or other
public issuer at which the proceedings were had;
(2) The number of members present;
(3) A statement that all such proceedings were held in compliance with the law, which
statement creates a conclusive presumption that the proceedings were held and taken
in compliance with all laws and all legislation and rules and any charter of the taxing
authority or other public issuer, including, as applicable, section 121.22 of the Revised Code and related legislation and rules of the taxing authority or other public issuer,
unless an action or proceeding challenging the validity of the securities or the public
obligations is commenced prior to delivery of the securities or the fractionalized
interests in public obligations as provided in division (B) of section 133.02 of the Revised Code;
(4) Such other information from the records of the public issuer as is necessary to
evidence or determine the regularity and validity of the authorization of the securities
or public obligations, and of the issuance and sale of the securities.
(B) The fiscal officer of the subdivision shall certify and include in the transcript
relating to general obligation securities a true and correct statement of the indebtedness
represented by outstanding general obligation securities of the subdivision and of
the tax valuation of the subdivision, and such other information as will permit a
determination that the issue of securities is within any net indebtedness or other
direct or indirect debt limitation imposed by the Ohio Constitution or law.
(C) No officer, or any of his deputies or subordinates, shall knowingly make or certify
a false transcript or statement in respect to any of the matters set forth in this
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