Section 11-99B-12 Loans, sales, grants, guarantees, contractual or lease obligations of money
or property, to district by counties, municipalities, and public corporations. (a) For the
purpose of securing services of or the right to use or the use by its citizens or customers
of one or more projects of a district, or aiding or cooperating with the district in the planning,
development, undertaking, acquisition, construction, extension, improvement, financing, operation,
or protection of a project, any county, municipality, or other political subdivision, public
corporation, agency, or instrumentality of this state may, upon such terms and with or without
consideration, as it may determine: (1) Lend or donate money to, guarantee all or any part
of the indebtedness or operating expense of, or perform services for the benefit of, the district.
(2) Donate, sell, convey, transfer, lease, or grant to the district, without the necessity
of authorization at any election of qualified voters,...
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Section 23-2-144 Powers of the authority. (a) The authority shall have the following powers:
(1) To adopt bylaws for the regulation of its affairs and the conduct of its business. (2)
To adopt an official seal and alter the same at pleasure. (3) To maintain a principal office
and branch offices at the place or places within the state as it may designate. (4) To sue
and be sued in its own name, including suits in tort. (5) With the consent and approval of
the department, to acquire and construct toll road, bridge, or tunnel projects at locations
as the authority may determine to be desirable, practicable, and economically feasible and
to maintain, repair, and operate the projects. (6) To issue toll road, bridge, or tunnel revenue
bonds of the authority for any of its corporate purposes, payable solely from its tolls, other
revenues, and proceeds of the bonds, and to refund its bonds, all as provided in this article.
No bonds issued under the provisions of this article shall constitute a...
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Section 27-17A-50 Financial interest in asset or business in which endowment care trust invests,
etc.; disposition of funds. (a) No cemetery authority may directly or indirectly require or
direct the investment, reinvestment, or retention by a qualified trustee of any part of an
endowment care trust in any asset or business in which the cemetery authority or any officer,
director, owner, partner, or employee of the cemetery authority has a financial interest.
Nothing contained in this subsection shall prevent the trustee, subject to the provisions
regarding investment and reinvestment of the trust estate as are contained in the governing
instrument creating the trust, from investing, reinvesting, or retaining any asset or business
in which the cemetery authority or any officer, director, owner, partner, or employee of the
cemetery authority has an insubstantial or nonmaterial financial interest, provided that the
trustee, in the exercise of the trustee's discretion, deems the...
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Section 33-16-9 Contracts. The aggregate monetary obligation that the authority may incur in
connection with its contracts (other than contracts of the type described in the next succeeding
paragraph) shall not at any time exceed the sum of: (1) Any uncommitted or unencumbered moneys
then appropriated to the authority by the Legislature; and (2) Any uncommitted or unencumbered
proceeds of bonds available or to become available from bonds then authorized by the authority
and approved by the Governor pursuant to Section 33-16-12. No contract which is subject to
the foregoing restriction and which involves the expenditure of money, whether now or later,
shall be approved or ratified by the board of directors unless the resolution approving or
ratifying the same shall include a determination that there will be compliance with the preceding
limitation when the amount of the obligation of the contract in question has been added to
the already existing obligations of the authority. This...
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Section 41-7A-42 Definitions. For purposes of this article, the following terms shall have
the following meanings: (1) COMPANY. A corporation, partnership, limited liability company,
or any other business entity. (2) DEPARTMENT. The Alabama Department of Revenue. (3) ENTERTAINMENT
INDUSTRY. Those persons or entities engaged in the production of entertainment content as
defined under paragraph a. of subdivision (8). (4) EXPENDED IN ALABAMA. In the case of tangible
property, property which is acquired or leased from a source within the State of Alabama;
in the case of services, services performed for a qualified production project in the State
of Alabama. (5) OFFICE. The Alabama Film Office. (6) PAYROLL. All salary, wages, and other
compensation, including related benefits, including specifically, but not limited to, compensation
and benefits provided to resident and nonresident producers, directors, writers, actors, and
other personnel involved in qualified production projects in...
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Section 11-94-13 Bonds of authority - Application of proceeds. The proceeds derived from the
sale of any bonds shall be applied as provided in the proceedings in which the bonds are authorized
to be issued, including without limitation, the payment of all legal, fiscal and recording
fees and expenses incurred in connection with the authorization, sale and issuance of the
bonds and if so provided in the proceedings authorizing their issuance, interest on said bonds
(or, if a part only of any issue of bonds is issued for acquisition purposes, interest on
that portion of the bonds of that issue that is issued to pay acquisition costs) for a reasonable
period prior to and during the time required for the acquisition, construction and equipping
of the project and for a period not exceeding 18 months after the completion thereof. An authority
may provide in the proceedings authorizing the issuance of bonds for the capitalization of
a debt service reserve and/or a replacement and extension...
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Section 16-18A-4 Powers and duties. The purpose of the authority shall be to assist institutions
for higher education in the construction, financing and refinancing of the projects. The exercise
by the authority of the powers conferred by this chapter shall be deemed and held to be the
performance of an essential public function. For the purpose of this chapter, the authority
shall have the powers and duties set forth in this section. (1) To adopt an official seal
and alter the same at its pleasure. (2) To sue and be sued in contract and in tort and to
complain and defend in all courts of law and equity. (3) To maintain an office at such place
or places as it may designate. (4) To determine the location and character of any project
financed under this chapter, to acquire, construct, reconstruct, remodel, maintain, manage,
enlarge, alter, add to, repair, operate, lease as lessee or lessor, sell or otherwise dispose
of, any project in any manner it deems to the best advantage of the...
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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 41-10-46.01 Investment by qualified funds. (a) Any qualified fund may invest at least
three percent of its corpus in one or more approved opportunity funds. (b) The following terms
shall have the following meanings: (1) "ADECA" shall mean the Department of Economic
and Community Affairs. (2) "Approved opportunity fund" shall mean any fund approved
by ADECA as meeting all of the following: a. ADECA determines that the fund has the capacity
to improve Alabama's low-income opportunity zone communities by approving an application showing
all of the following: 1. The amount of existing committed capital or potential to raise committed
capital. 2. The investment track record or strength of the applicant's management team. 3.
The existing project pipeline or strategy for developing new pipeline. 4. The fund structure
and anticipated returns within that fund structure. 5. The presence of sound legal, accounting,
and compliance policies and procedures. 6. A strategy for measuring,...
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Section 11-92B-1 Definitions. When used in this chapter, the following words and terms shall
have the following meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
(1) ARTICLES. The articles of incorporation of an authority. (2) AUTHORITY. A public corporation
incorporated pursuant to this chapter. (3) BOARD. The board of directors of an authority.
(4) BOND or BONDS. A bond or bonds issued under this chapter. (5) COUNTY OF INCORPORATION.
The county in which an authority has been or is proposed to be incorporated. (6) DIRECTORS.
The members of the board of directors. (7) INCORPORATORS. The natural persons filing a written
application for the incorporation of an authority pursuant to this chapter. (8) JUDGE OF PROBATE.
The judge of probate of the county of incorporation of an authority. (9) MILITARY INSTALLATION.
A federal military fort, base, camp, post, station, yard, depot, arsenal, armory, or installation.
(10) OPERATIONAL AREA. The parcels of realty within a...
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