New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:60-25.11 - Appropriations; Bonds And Notes

40:60-25.11. Appropriations; bonds and notes
For the purpose of financing the acquisition of property pursuant to this act and the settlement, adjustment and discharge of leases, mortgages, liens, easements, agreements, covenants, servitudes, liabilities or other encumbrances or claims, as provided by this act, the municipality may, at one time or from time to time, appropriate money and issue its negotiable bonds, and in anticipation of bonds may issue its negotiable notes, in the manner and mode of procedure provided by the local bond law, constituting sections 40:1-1 to 40:1-88 of the Revised Statutes of the State of New Jersey, except that, if the sum (being not less than five per centum (5%) of the maximum amount of the obligations thereby authorized) which said local bond law requires to be appropriated as a down payment, has not been made available by provision in a previously adopted budget, the municipal bond ordinance may, nevertheless, be finally passed, but, in that event, shall provide that the said sum shall be financed by the issuance of bond anticipation notes which shall mature and be paid in the next ensuing fiscal year.

L.1944, c. 206, p. 730, s. 5, eff. April 21, 1944.

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