2007 Florida Statutes
Remedies; pledges enforceable for bondholders.
348.9751 Remedies; pledges enforceable for bondholders.--Any holder of bonds issued under the provisions of this part, except to the extent such rights may be restricted by the resolution, deed of trust, indenture, or other proceeding relating to the issuance of such bonds, may by civil action, mandamus, or other appropriate action, suit, or proceeding in law or in equity, in any court of competent jurisdiction, protect and enforce any and all rights of such bondholder granted under the proceedings authorizing the issuance of such bonds and enforce any pledge made for payment of the principal and interest on bonds, or any covenant or agreement relative thereto, against the authority or directly against the department, as may be appropriate.
History.--s. 143, ch. 92-152.