Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 33
EDUCATION
CHAPTER 53
IDAHO SCHOOL BOND GUARANTY ACT
33-5308A.  State notes issued to finance default avoidance program. State notes issued by the state treasurer pursuant to section 33-5308, Idaho Code, shall comply with the following:
(1)  Each series of notes issued shall mature not later than twelve (12) months from the date the notes are issued, or the end of the fiscal year, whichever is sooner.
(2)  Notes issued may be refunded using the procedures set forth in this chapter for the issuance of notes, in an amount not more than the amount necessary to pay principal of an accrued but unpaid interest on any refunded notes plus all costs of issuance, sale and delivery of the refunding notes, rounded up to the nearest integral multiple of five thousand dollars ($5,000).
(3)  Each series of refunding notes shall mature not later than twelve (12) months from the date the refunding notes are issued, or the end of the fiscal year, whichever is sooner.
(4)  Before issuing or selling any note to other than a state fund or account, the state treasurer shall prepare a written plan of financing and file it with the governor. The plan of financing shall comply with the following:
(a)  The plan of financing shall provide for:
(i)  The terms and conditions under which the notes will be issued, sold and delivered;
(ii)  The taxes or revenues to be anticipated;
(iii)  The maximum amount of notes that may be outstanding at any one (1) time under the plan of financing;
(iv)  The sources of payment of the notes;
(v)  The rate or rates of interest, if any, on the notes or a method, formula or index under which the interest rate or rates on the notes may be determined during the time the notes are outstanding; and
(vi)  All other details relating to the issuance, sale and delivery of the notes.
(b)  In identifying the taxes or revenues to be anticipated and the sources of payment of the notes in the financing plan, the state treasurer may include any combination of the following:
(i)  The taxes authorized by this chapter;
(ii)  The intercepted revenues authorized by this chapter;
(iii)  The proceeds of refunding notes; or
(iv)  The terms and conditions of arrangements entered into by the state treasurer on behalf of the state with financial and other institutions for letters of credit, standby letters of credit, reimbursement agreements, and remarketing, indexing and tender agreements to secure the notes, including payment from any legally available source of fees, charges or other amounts coming due under the agreements entered into by the state treasurer.
(5)  When issuing the notes to other than a state fund or account, the state treasurer shall issue an order setting forth the interest, form, manner of execution, payment, manner of sale, prices at or below face value, and all details of issuance of the notes. The order and the details set forth in the order shall conform with any applicable plan of financing and with this chapter.
(6)  Each note shall recite:
(a)  That it is a valid obligation of the state and that the full faith, credit, and resources of the state are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the note from the taxes or revenues identified in accordance with its terms and the constitution and laws of Idaho.
(b)  That these general obligation notes do not constitute debt of the state for the purposes of the debt limitation of section 1, article VIII, of the constitution of the state of Idaho.
(7)  Immediately upon the completion of any sale of notes, the state treasurer shall:
(a)  Make a verified return of the sale to the state controller, specifying the amount of notes sold, the persons to whom the notes were sold, and the price, terms and conditions of the sale; and
(b)  Credit the proceeds of the sale, other than accrued interest and amounts required to pay costs of issuance of the notes, to the general fund to be applied to the purpose for which the notes were issued.

History:
[33-5308A, added 2010, ch. 295, sec. 4, p. 799.]


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