2013 Florida Statutes
243.62 Covenants.—Any resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds may contain any covenants the authority considers advisable, including those provisions set forth in s. 243.61(5), and all those covenants constitute valid and legally binding and enforceable contracts between the authority and the bondholders, regardless of the time of issuance thereof. The covenants may include, without limitation, covenants concerning the disposition of the bond proceeds; the use and disposition of project revenues; the pledging of revenues and assessments; the obligations of the authority with respect to the operation of the project and the maintenance of adequate project revenues; the issuance of additional bonds; the appointment, powers, and duties of trustees and receivers; the acquisition of outstanding bonds and obligations; restrictions on the establishment of competing projects or facilities; restrictions on the sale or disposal of the assets and property of the authority; the maintenance of deposits to assure the payment of the bonds issued under ss. 243.50-243.77; acceleration upon default; the execution of necessary instruments; the procedure for amending or abrogating covenants with the bondholders; and any other covenants considered necessary for the security of the bondholders.
History.—s. 13, ch. 2001-79.