(a) If there should be any default in the payment of the principal of, or interest on, any indebtedness issued under this chapter or of any agreements contained in any security document, and the period for cure of the default has passed, then the holder of the indebtedness and the trustee under any security document, or any one or more of them, subject to the terms of the financing documents authorizing the indebtedness or any security document applicable thereto:
(1) May, by mandamus, injunction, or other proceedings, compel performance of any covenant or agreement of the authority contained in any applicable resolution or security document by its board or its officers.
(2) May be entitled to a judgment against the authority for the principal of and interest on the indebtedness so in default, together with all reasonable costs of collection.
(3) May, in the event the indebtedness is secured by a mortgage on, or security interest in, any physical properties of the authority, foreclose the mortgage or pledge, exercise any powers of sale contained in the security documents, or exercise any possessory or other similar rights as are provided for in the financing documents or security document applicable to the indebtedness.
(4) Regardless of the sufficiency of the security for the obligation in default, may be entitled to the appointment of a receiver upon order of a court of competent jurisdiction who shall, upon such appointment, assume all powers granted in the applicable financing documents or security document applicable to the obligation in default, provided that the income derived from any activity undertaken by a receiver under this section shall be expended solely in accordance with the applicable provisions of any orders of the court by which such receiver is appointed, and absent judicial direction, of the applicable financing document or security document applicable to the obligation in default.
(b) The remedies specified in this section shall be cumulative to all other remedies that may otherwise be available, by law or contract, for the benefit of the holders of indebtedness of an authority.