(a) The bonds may be secured by a pledge of all or part of the net revenues from one
or more parks under control of the board, from the facilities of or incident to the
parks, or from the parks and the facilities.
(b) The net revenues of one or more contracts, operating contracts, leases, or agreements
may be pledged as the sole security or as additional security for the support of the
(c) The bonds may be additionally secured by a mortgage on all or part of the real
and personal property owned by the board.
(d) In the resolution authorizing issuance of bonds, the board may reserve the right,
under conditions specified in the resolution, to issue additional bonds that will
be on a parity with or subordinate to the bonds then being issued.
(e) While any bonds are outstanding, no additional bonds of equal dignity may be issued
against the pledged revenues except to the extent and in the manner expressly permitted
in the resolution.
(f) In this chapter, “net revenues” means the gross revenues from the park or parks
and the facilities, leases, agreements, or contracts incident to the park or parks,
the revenues of which have been pledged, after deduction of the necessary expenses
as provided by Section 322.075.
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