2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 39 — Public finance
RS 39:698.13 — Recordation of resolution authorizing bonds
§698.13. Recordation of resolution authorizing bonds
The resolution authorizing the issuance of the bonds hereunder and pledging and dedicating sales tax revenues to the payment thereof shall be recorded in the mortgage records of the parish in which the issuer is located and shall be published in one issue of the official journal of the governing authority, or if there is none, in a newspaper having general circulation in the parish. For a period of thirty days from the publication of said resolution, any person in interest may contest the legality of the ordinance or resolution and of any provisions therein made for the security and payment of the bonds. After that time no one shall have any cause or right of action to contest the legality, formality, regularity, or effectiveness of the ordinance or resolution and provisions therefor for any cause whatever. Thereafter it shall be conclusively presumed that every legal requirement for the issuance of the bonds, including all things pertaining to the election at which the bonds are authorized, has been complied with. No court shall have authority to inquire into any of these matters after thirty days.
Acts 1975, 1st Ex.Sess., No. 21, §5, eff. Jan. 28, 1975.
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