Section 23-7-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) BANK. The Alabama Transportation Infrastructure Bank. (2) BOARD.
The board of directors of the bank. (3) BONDS. Includes bonds, notes, or other evidence of
indebtedness except as otherwise provided in this chapter. (4) DEPARTMENT or DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION. The Alabama Department of Transportation. (5) ELIGIBLE COST. As applied to
a qualified project to be financed from the federal highway account, the costs that are permitted
under applicable federal laws, requirements, procedures, and guidelines in regard to establishing,
operating, and providing assistance from the bank. As applied to a qualified project to be
financed from the state highway account, these costs include the costs of preliminary engineering,
traffic, and revenue studies; environmental studies; right-of-way acquisition; legal and financial
services associated with the development of the...
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Section 41-14-35 Security for deposits or accounts. (a) All public deposits, as defined in
Chapter 14A, of the state shall be secured to the extent and in the manner provided in Chapter
14A by any combination of the following securities and instruments, which may be issued and
held in either definitive or book-entry form: Direct obligations of the State of Alabama or
any other state of the United States; obligations of the United States government or that
are fully guaranteed as to payment of principal and interest by the United States; obligations
issued or guaranteed by any agency or instrumentality of the United States, including, without
limitation, the Government National Mortgage Association or any successor thereto, any Federal
Farm Credit Bank or any successor thereto, the Federal Housing Finance Board or any successor
thereto, the Federal Home Loan Bank System or any successor thereto, or any Federal Home Loan
Bank or any successor thereto; debt obligations, including, without...
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Section 23-7-5 Powers and functions. (a) In addition to the powers contained in other provisions
of this chapter, the bank has all power necessary, useful, or appropriate to fund, operate,
and administer the bank, and to perform its other functions including, but not limited to,
the following power to: (1) Have perpetual succession. (2) Adopt, promulgate, amend, and repeal
bylaws, not inconsistent with this chapter for the administration of the bank's affairs and
the implementation of its functions including the right of the board to select qualifying
projects and to provide loans and other financial assistance. (3) Sue and be sued in its own
name. (4) Have a seal and alter it at pleasure, although the failure to affix the seal does
not affect the validity of an instrument executed on behalf of the bank. (5) Make loans to
qualified borrowers to finance the eligible costs of qualified projects and to acquire, hold,
and sell loan obligations at prices and in a manner as the board...
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Section 41-10-541 Definitions. (a) The following words and phrases used in this division, and
others evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication
herein otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) APPROPRIATED
FUNDS. Net TVA payments to the extent such payments are pledged and appropriated to the authority
pursuant to Section 41-10-550. (2) AUTHORITY. The public corporation organized pursuant to
this division. (3) AUTHORITY GUARANTY. An agreement of the authority pursuant to which the
payment of debt service referable to bonds, notes, or other evidences of indebtedness of a
development agency is guaranteed by the authority. (4) AUTHORITY OBLIGATIONS. Bonds of the
authority and authority guaranties. (5) AUTHORITY-GUARANTEED OBLIGATIONS. Bonds, notes, or
other evidences of indebtedness of a development agency that are issued solely for the purpose
in financing a project and that are guaranteed, in whole or in part,...
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Section 23-7-8 Loans and financial assistance; eligible and qualified projects. (a) The bank
may provide loans and other financial assistance to a government unit to pay for all or part
of the eligible cost of a qualified project. The term of the loan or other financial assistance
must not exceed the useful life of the project. The bank may require the government unit to
enter into a financing agreement in connection with its loan obligation or other financial
assistance. The board shall determine the form and content of loan applications, financing
agreements, and loan obligations including the term and rate or rates of interest on a financing
agreement. The terms and conditions of a loan or other financial assistance from the federal
highway account shall comply with applicable federal requirements. (b) The board shall determine
which projects are eligible projects and then select from among the eligible projects those
qualified to receive from the bank a loan or other financial...
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Section 24-1A-2 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication otherwise,
have the following respective meanings: (1) AUTHORITY. The public corporation and instrumentality
of the state organized pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. (2) AUTHORIZED INVESTMENTS.
Bonds or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, the United States of America or the state;
interest bearing bank and savings and loan association deposits; obligations of any agency
of the United States of America; any obligations in which a state chartered savings and loan
association may invest its funds; any agreement to repurchase any of the foregoing; or any
combination thereof. (3) BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The board of directors of the authority. (4)
BONDS. Bonds or other securities representing an obligation to pay money. (5) ELIGIBLE HOUSING
UNIT. Real and personal properties located in the state...
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Section 11-62-1 Definitions. (a) The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and
others evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of clear implication
herein otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) AUTHORITY.
Any public corporation organized pursuant to this chapter. (2) AUTHORIZED PURPOSE OBLIGATION.
The term includes either of the following: a. Any lease, note, installment sale contract,
or any other obligation of a user, whether general or special, which was entered into, made,
assumed, or otherwise incurred by the user, in whole or in part, for the purpose of financing
the acquisition or ownership of one or more facilities, for the purpose of obtaining funds
with which to operate one or more facilities or for any combination of those purposes. b.
Any obligation of any kind which was entered into, made, assumed, or otherwise incurred by
the United States of America or any department, agency, or instrumentality...
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Section 11-97-2 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this chapter, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof, shall, in the absence of a clear implication
herein otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) APPLICANT.
A natural person who files a written application with the governing body of any county or
municipality in accordance with the provisions of Section 11-97-3 hereof. (2) AUTHORIZING
RESOLUTION. A resolution of ordinance adopted by the governing body of any county or municipality
in accordance with the provisions of Section 11-97-3 hereof, that authorizes the incorporation
of a corporation. (3) BOARD. The board of directors of a corporation. (4) BONDS. Bonds, notes,
or other obligations representing an obligation to pay money. (5) CORPORATION. Any public
corporation organized pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. (6) COSTS. As applied to
a facility or any portion thereof, shall include all or any part of the...
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Section 11-81-21 Investment of funds obligation in which sinking funds may be invested. Any
municipal funds or county funds not presently needed for other purposes may be invested in
any obligations in which sinking funds are now authorized to be invested, pursuant to Section
11-81-19, and in addition in any of the following: (1) Direct obligations of (including obligations
issued or held in book entry form on the books of) the Department of the Treasury of the United
States of America; (2) Obligations of any of the following federal agencies, which obligations
represent the full faith and credit of the United States of America: a. Farmers Home Administration.
b. General Services Administration. c. U. S. Maritime Administration. d. Small Business Administration.
e. Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA). f. U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD). g. Federal Housing Administration (FHA). (3) U. S. dollar denominated deposit
accounts and certificates of deposit...
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Section 41-18-1 Text. Article I. Findings and Purposes. (a) The party states find that the
South has a sense of community based on common social, cultural and economic needs and fostered
by a regional tradition. There are vast potentialities for mutual improvement of each state
in the region by cooperative planning for the development, conservation and efficient utilization
of human and natural resources in a geographic area large enough to afford a high degree of
flexibility in identifying and taking maximum advantage of opportunities for healthy and beneficial
growth. The independence of each state and the special needs of subregions are recognized
and are to be safeguarded. Accordingly, the cooperation resulting from this agreement is intended
to assist the states in meeting their own problems by enhancing their abilities to recognize
and analyze regional opportunities and take account of regional influences in planning and
implementing their public policies. (b) The purposes of...
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