(a) A corporation may issue or incur bonds to refund its outstanding bonds or sponsor
obligations of its sponsor, including any redemption premium on them and interest
accrued to the date of redemption.
(b) The provisions of this chapter generally applicable to bonds apply to the issuance,
maturity, terms, and holder's rights in the refunding bonds and to the corporation's
rights, duties, and obligations in relation to the refunding bonds.
(c) The corporation may issue the refunding bonds in exchange or substitution for
outstanding bonds or sponsor obligations or may sell the refunding bonds and use the
proceeds to pay or redeem outstanding bonds or sponsor obligations.
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