§ 95.115 Cities and towns may incur indebtedness, how
§ 95.120 Additional indebtedness of cities by special vote
§ 95.123 Indebtedness to establish revolving improvement fund, purposes, procedure
§ 95.125 Indebtedness for street improvements
§ 95.130 Indebtedness for waterworks, electric or other light plants
§ 95.135 Annual tax to pay principal and interest — indebtedness to be retired in …
§ 95.145 Election
§ 95.150 Form of ballot
§ 95.155 Bonds issued, when, terms
§ 95.160 Provisions of sections 95.115 to 95.155, scope of
§ 95.165 Treasurer or other officer to register bonds when requested
§ 95.170 Form of bonds
§ 95.280 Depositary for city funds, how selected
§ 95.285 Depositary to deposit securities — contract term for depositaries, certain …
§ 95.320 Bonds to issue, when — rate of interest.
§ 95.325 Not to increase indebtedness
§ 95.330 Sinking and interest funds to be provided for
§ 95.335 Bonds to be negotiable
§ 95.340 Bonds not to be registered with state auditor
§ 95.345 May issue bonds for certain purposes
§ 95.350 Bonded debt and interest, power to levy tax for — funding outstanding debts.
§ 95.355 City depositary
§ 95.360 Collector to settle monthly with treasury
§ 95.370 Bonds may be issued to pay judgments, when — procedure.
§ 95.375 Indebtedness of city not to be increased — proceeds from sale of bonds, how …
§ 95.380 Tax to be levied for payment of bonds and interest
§ 95.385 Election to be held
§ 95.390 Form of ballot
§ 95.395 Bonds to be registered
§ 95.400 Construction of law
§ 95.405 Bonds may be issued
§ 95.410 Board may levy tax to pay interest on bonds — may issue bonds.
§ 95.415 May issue bonds for payment of judgment — how sold.
§ 95.420 Amounts — time to run — rate of interest — where paid.
§ 95.425 Net income from water and light plants, how applied
§ 95.430 Bonds, how sold — proceeds, how applied.
§ 95.435 Sinking fund to be provided
§ 95.440 Question to be submitted to voters
§ 95.445 Form of ballot
§ 95.450 Bonds issued, when — procedure, limits.
§ 95.455 Bonds to be registered
§ 95.460 Effect of sections 95.415 to 95.455
§ 95.465 Mayor and two houses of legislation defined (cities over 100,000)
§ 95.470 Certain cities may issue bonds to pay judgment debts — form, conditions of …
§ 95.475 Proceeds from sale of bonds used to pay judgment (cities over 100,000)
§ 95.480 Sinking fund — annual tax (cities over 100,000).
§ 95.485 Debt arising from purchase of waterworks, income applied, how (cities over ..
§ 95.490 Bonds presumed to have been regularly authorized and issued — negotiability …
§ 95.495 Need not be registered with state auditor (cities over 100,000)
§ 95.500 Certain laws not repealed — this law not to be impaired (cities over 100,000).
§ 95.505 Certain municipal officers to pay fees to treasurer (cities over 200,000)
§ 95.510 Board of aldermen to call bond election for national park or plaza (cities ..
§ 95.515 Questions to be submitted — amount of bonds to be voted (cities over 400,000).
§ 95.520 Bonds issued, when (cities over 400,000)
§ 95.525 United States granted authority to establish parks in state (cities over ..
§ 95.527 Additional bonds authorized for national park or plaza — election (cities …
§ 95.530 Funds committee — membership — chairman — selection of depositary — duties …
§ 95.535 All fees to be deposited in treasury — duty of comptroller (St. Louis City).
§ 95.537 Officers and employees, salaries paid biweekly (St. Louis City)
§ 95.540 City may establish pension system for officers, employees and dependents — …
§ 95.545 City may provide medical, health and life insurance for certain employees ..
§ 95.547 Employees who may be covered (St. Louis City)
§ 95.549 Program, how financed — services covered (St. Louis City).
§ 95.551 Employee defined (St. Louis City)
§ 95.553 Independent board employees, how handled (St. Louis City)
§ 95.555 City authorized to contract with insurers — rules and regulations …
§ 95.556 Officers to administer — membership and benefits as compensation.

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  • Jurisdiction: (1) The legal authority of a court to hear and decide a case. Concurrent jurisdiction exists when two courts have simultaneous responsibility for the same case. (2) The geographic area over which the court has authority to decide cases.
  • Misdemeanor: Usually a petty offense, a less serious crime than a felony, punishable by less than a year of confinement.
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  • Mortgage: The written agreement pledging property to a creditor as collateral for a loan.
  • Obligation: An order placed, contract awarded, service received, or similar transaction during a given period that will require payments during the same or a future period.
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  • Property: includes real and personal property. See Missouri Laws 1.020
  • Recourse: An arrangement in which a bank retains, in form or in substance, any credit risk directly or indirectly associated with an asset it has sold (in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles) that exceeds a pro rata share of the bank's claim on the asset. If a bank has no claim on an asset it has sold, then the retention of any credit risk is recourse. Source: FDIC
  • Settlement: Parties to a lawsuit resolve their difference without having a trial. Settlements often involve the payment of compensation by one party in satisfaction of the other party's claims.
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  • Trustee: A person or institution holding and administering property in trust.
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