Terms Used In Arizona Laws 5-1167

  • Action: includes any matter or proceeding in a court, civil or criminal. See Arizona Laws 1-215
  • Authority: means a sports authority established pursuant to this chapter. See Arizona Laws 5-1101
  • Authority board: means the governing board of the sports authority. See Arizona Laws 5-1101
  • Bond: means any obligation authorized and issued pursuant to this article, including:

    (a) Bonds and notes. See Arizona Laws 5-1161

  • Bond related expenses: means any expenses incurred by the authority for issuing and administering its bonds, including underwriting fees and costs, trustee fees, financial consultant fees, printing and advertising costs, paying agent fees, transfer agent fees, legal, accounting, feasibility consultant and other professional fees and expenses, credit enhancement fees, attorney and accounting fees and expenses related to credit enhancement, bond insurance or liquidity enhancement, remarketing fees, rating agency fees and costs, travel and telephone expenses and all other fees considered necessary by the authority board in order to market and administer the bonds. See Arizona Laws 5-1161
  • Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
  • Lien: A claim against real or personal property in satisfaction of a debt.

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In connection with issuing bonds authorized by this article and to secure the principal and interest on the bonds, the authority board by resolution may:

1. Pledge for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds all or part of the revenues and other monies received by the authority and deposited in the general fund or any account or subaccount of the general fund.

2. Pledge and assign to or in trust for the benefit of the holder or holders of the bonds all or part of the monies in the debt service account or any other account or subaccount as necessary to secure and pay the principal, the interest and any premium on the bonds as they come due.

3. Segregate the debt service account into one or more subaccounts and provide that bonds issued under this article may be secured by a lien on all or part of the monies paid into the debt service account or into any subaccount in the debt service account.

4. Establish priorities among bondholders based on criteria adopted by the board.

5. Set aside, regulate and dispose of reserves and sinking accounts.

6. Prescribe the procedure, if any, by which the terms of any contract with bondholders may be amended or abrogated, the amount of bonds the holders of which must consent to and the manner in which the consent may be given.

7. Provide for payment of bond related expenses from the proceeds of the sale of the bonds or other revenues available to the board.

8. Provide for the services of trustees, cotrustees, agents and consultants and other specialized services with respect to the bonds.

9. Take any other action that in any way may enhance the security and protection of the bonds or interest on the bonds.