2018 Georgia Code
Title 10 - Commerce and Trade
Chapter 9 - Geo. L. Smith Ii Georgia World Congress Center
Article 3 - Revenue Bonds
§ 10-9-57. Validation of bonds; applicability of "Revenue Bond Law."

Universal Citation: GA Code § 10-9-57 (2018)
  • (a) Revenue bonds of the authority shall be confirmed and validated in accordance with the procedures of Article 3 of Chapter 82 of Title 36, the "Revenue Bond Law." The revenue bonds and any security therefor when validated and the judgment of validation shall be final and conclusive with respect to such revenue bonds and any security therefor and against the authority issuing the same and any person, firm, corporation, county, municipality, authority, subdivision, instrumentality, or other agency contracting with the authority and any and all other persons who were or could have become parties to the proceedings.

  • (b) Revenue bonds issued by the authority shall not be subject to the limitations of term or interest set forth in the "Revenue Bond Law" or any other law.

  • (c) Notwithstanding the provisions of the "Revenue Bond Law," in its resolution authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds, the authority, in its discretion, in lieu of specifying the rate or rates of interest which the revenue bonds are to bear, may state that the bonds when issued will bear interest at a rate or rates which may be fixed or variable, not exceeding a maximum per annum rate of interest specified in the resolution. The petition, complaint, notice to the district attorney, and notice to the public required to be filed or published under the "Revenue Bond Law" shall conform to the resolution authorizing the issuance of the revenue bonds.

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