2013 Hawaii Revised Statutes
TITLE 6. COUNTY ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION
48E. Political Subdivision Pollution Control Special Purpose Revenue Bonds
48E-10 Lien of special purpose revenue bonds.
§48E-10 Lien of special purpose revenue bonds. (a) Special purpose revenue bonds shall be payable from the revenues derived by the county from payments made to the county under the project agreement or other agreements entered into with respect to the pollution control project, and shall be secured by such revenues and by the pledges and assignments authorized by this chapter.
(b) All special purpose revenue bonds of the same issue shall have a prior and paramount lien on the revenues derived from the project agreement with respect to the pollution control project for which such bonds have been issued, over and ahead of all special purpose revenue bonds of any issue payable from the revenues which may be subsequently issued and over and ahead of any claims or obligations of any nature against the revenues subsequently arising or subsequently incurred but subject to the prior and superior rights of outstanding bonds, claims, or obligations; provided that the right and privilege may be reserved in any ordinance authorizing the issuance of special purpose revenue bonds to subsequently issue additional special purpose revenue bonds, from time to time, payable from the receipts derived from such project agreement on a parity with the special purpose revenue bonds thereby authorized and the subsequently issued special purpose revenue bonds conforming to the reserved right and privilege then shall rank on such parity as to security and source of payment.
(c) All special purpose revenue bonds of the same issue shall be equally and ratably secured without priority by reason of date of sale, date of execution, or date of delivery, by a lien on the receipts in accordance with this chapter and the ordinance authorizing the special purpose revenue bonds. [L 1983, c 237, pt of §2]
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