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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Chapter 255
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Section 255.517, Florida Statutes 2009

255.517  Anticipation obligations.--To provide funds for the purposes of this act, and prior to the delivery of an issue of revenue bonds for the purposes of this act, the division may, on behalf of the Department of Management Services, from time to time, by resolution, anticipate the issuance of such revenue bonds by the issuance of revenue notes, including commercial paper notes in the form of bond anticipation notes, with or without coupons, exchangeable for the revenue bonds when such revenue bonds have been executed and are available for delivery, or to be paid, together with interest and premium, if any, from the proceeds of the sale of such revenue bonds or a renewal issue of revenue notes, including commercial paper notes in the form of bond anticipation notes. In connection with such revenue notes, the Department of Management Services may covenant to do all things necessary to authorize the issuance of the obligations and shall make the exchange or application of the proceeds pursuant to its agreements. Such revenue notes and, in the case of commercial paper notes, the latest maturity thereof shall mature not later than 5 years from the date of issue of the original revenue notes and shall bear such other terms and shall be executed and sold in the manner authorized by the division and not prohibited by this act.

History.--s. 16, ch. 85-349; s. 35, ch. 98-279.

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