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The 2017 Florida Statutes

Title XI
COUNTY ORGANIZATION AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Chapter 159
BOND FINANCING
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F.S. 159.415
159.415 Composite issues of bonds.Any local agency has the authority to issue, at one time or from time to time, a single issue of bonds to finance separate projects to be used by separate businesses and secured ratably by payments due under separate financing agreements between the local agency and each separate business, provided:
(1) The debt service payments due under all such separate financing agreements, in aggregate, are to be made in amounts and at the times required to pay in full the principal of the bonds and the premium, if any, and the interest on the bonds as the same become due and payable.
(2) Each separate business is financially responsible, fully capable, and willing to make the debt service payments it is required to make under the financing agreement between it and the local agency; or one or more other financially responsible persons, partnerships, corporations, banks, or insurance companies assumes, guarantees, or secures, by way of a guaranty, letter of credit, insurance policy, or otherwise, the obligations of such business to make such debt service payments to the local agency or has guaranteed or insured the payment by the local agency of debt service on the bonds in an amount equal to the debt service payable by such business to the local agency under the financing agreement.
(3) Each business or other user of each project financed under each such financing agreement is financially responsible, fully capable, and willing to operate, maintain, and repair such project at its own expense; or the obligation to operate, repair, and maintain such project is assumed, guaranteed, or secured by one or more other financially responsible persons, partnerships, corporations, banks, or insurance companies.
History.s. 22, ch. 83-271.