2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Section 40A:2-59 - Sale of refunding bonds

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 40A:2-59 (2017)

40A:2-59. Sale of refunding bonds

40A:2-59. Refunding bonds may be sold at public or private sale, or may be exchanged for any outstanding bonds or notes to be funded or refunded, pursuant to resolution adopted by not less than 2/3 of the full membership of the governing body, at such price or prices, computed according to standard tables of bond values, as will yield to the purchasers or to the holders of the bonds or notes surrendered in exchange, an income at a rate not to exceed the prevailing market rate to the maturity dates of the bonds sold or exchanged, on the money paid or the principal amount of the bonds or notes surrendered therefor to the local unit. Refunding bonds of any authorized issue or of any authorized maturity may be sold or exchanged as hereinabove provided from time to time and in such blocks as may be deemed advisable. The officer of the local unit delivering any refunding bonds in exchange for outstanding bonds or notes shall report in writing to the governing body at the next meeting thereof as to the principal amounts, maturities and numbers of the refunding bonds so delivered and as to the outstanding bonds or notes received in exchange, which report shall be entered in the minutes of the governing body, and a copy of such report shall be filed within five days thereafter with the director.

L.1960, c.169, s.1; amended 1991,c.75,s.8.

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