2018 New Mexico Statutes 58-31-9. Authority revenue bonds; limitations; authorization; authentication
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A. Revenue bonds or refunding bonds issued pursuant to the Spaceport Development Act [58-31-1 NMSA 1978] and other loans to the authority are:
(1) not general obligations of the state or any other agency of the state or of the authority; and
(2) payable only from properly pledged revenues and each bond or loan shall state that it is payable solely from the properly pledged revenues and that the bondholders or lenders may not look to any other fund for the payment of the interest and principal of the bond or the loan.
B. Revenue or refunding bonds or loans may be authorized by resolution of the authority, which shall be approved by a majority of the voting members of the authority and by the state board of finance.
C. The bonds or loans shall be executed by the chair of the authority and may be authenticated by any public or private transfer agent or registrar, or its successor, named or otherwise designated by the authority. Bonds, notes or other certificates of indebtedness of the authority may be executed as provided under the Uniform Facsimile Signature of Public Officials Act [6-9-6 NMSA 1978], and the coupons, if any, shall bear the facsimile signature of the chair of the authority.
History: Laws 2005, ch. 128, § 9.