Hawaii Revised Statutes 39-60 Covenants in Resolution or Certificate Authorizing Issuance of Revenue Bonds.

§39-60 Covenants in resolution or certificate authorizing issuance of revenue bonds. Any resolution or certificate authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds pursuant to this part may contain covenants as to:

(1) The purpose or purposes to which the proceeds of sale of the revenue bonds shall be applied and the use and disposition thereof;

(2) The use and disposition of the revenue of the undertaking, the Hawaii hurricane relief fund, or the loan program for which the revenue bonds are to be issued, or the user taxes derived therefrom, or both revenue and user taxes, to the extent pledged to the payment of the revenue bonds, including the priority of payments from the revenue and the creation and maintenance of reserves and the investment thereof;

(3) The issuance of other or additional revenue bonds payable from the revenue of the loan program, the Hawaii hurricane relief fund, or of the undertaking, or the user taxes derived therefrom, or both revenue and user taxes, to the extent pledged to the payment of the revenue bonds;

(4) The operation, maintenance, and repair of the undertaking or the administration, operation, and maintenance of the loan program, or the Hawaii hurricane relief fund;

(5) The insurance to be carried on an undertaking or on the security for the Hawaii hurricane relief fund, or a loan program and the use and disposition of insurance proceeds, the insurance policies being by this section authorized to be carried, and no undertaking shall have recourse to the state insurance fund for the repair or replacement of any property in the undertaking, or for payment of claims under chapter 386 (relating to workers' compensation);

(6) Books of account and the inspection and audit thereof; and

(7) The terms and conditions upon which the holders of the revenue bonds or any proportion of them or any trustee therefor shall be entitled to the appointment of a receiver by any court of competent jurisdiction, which court shall have jurisdiction in the proceedings, and which receiver may enter and take possession of the undertaking, operate, maintain, and repair the same, enforce or foreclose loans made under a loan program, impose and prescribe rates, rentals, fees, or charges, collect, receive, and apply all revenue, and receive and apply all user taxes, thereafter arising therefrom in the same manner and to the same extent as the department itself might do;

provided that all covenants shall be subject to review by the governor; and provided further that the provisions of this section with respect to user taxes shall be applicable only if the legislature in the specific act or acts authorizing the issuance of the revenue bonds has provided that the revenue bonds may be paid from and secured by the user taxes derived from an undertaking.

The provisions of this part and any resolution or certificate shall be a contract with the holder or holders of the revenue bonds. The duties of the department, its governing body and department head, pursuant to this part, and any resolution or certificate shall be enforceable by any bondholder, by mandamus or other appropriate suit, action, or proceeding in any court of competent jurisdiction. [L 1988, c 28, pt of §3; am L 1996, c 307, §5]

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