2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 18A - EDUCATION
Section 18A:72A-12.5 - Loan agreement to issue bonds, notes.
18A:72A-12.5 Loan agreement to issue bonds, notes.
4. a. At any time within one year of the certification by the State Treasurer to the board of chosen freeholders, the county college at which the capital project is located, and the authority, pursuant to section 2 of P.L.1971, c.12 (C.18A:64A-22.2), the board of chosen freeholders is authorized, in lieu of issuing bonds or notes pursuant to N.J.S.18A:64A-19, to enter into a loan agreement with the authority for the issuance of bonds or notes of the authority to fund the county share of the capital project. The county shall issue bonds and notes to the authority which shall be delivered to the authority to evidence the loan, and which shall be the source of payment for the bonds or notes issued by the authority to finance the county share of the capital project. The loan evidenced by the bonds or notes may be made subject to such terms and conditions as the authority determines to be consistent with the purposes thereof. Each loan by the authority shall be subject to approval by the State Treasurer and shall be evidenced by notes or bonds issued by the county which shall be authorized and issued as provided by law for the issuance of notes and bonds by the county. A loan to a county, and the notes, bonds or other obligations thereby issued shall bear interest at a rate or rates per annum as may be agreed upon by the authority and the county.
b.Any bonds or notes authorized by the county to be issued to the authority or to another entity for the purpose of funding the county share of a county college capital project shall be in addition to the sums authorized to be borrowed by the board of chosen freeholders pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.18A:64A-19 for the purpose of funding the county's share of capital projects, and the additional borrowing, if entered into by the county, shall constitute a deduction from the gross debt of the county and shall not be considered in determining its net debt for debt incurring purposes.
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