Nevada Public Property and Purchasing
Sec. § 333A.0908
Refunding of obligations: Disposition of proceeds; incidental costs; accrued interest and premium.


1.

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 333A.0906 to 333A.0916, inclusive, the proceeds of refunding obligations issued pursuant to NRS 333A.0906 must be immediately applied to the retirement of the obligations to be refunded or be placed in escrow or trust in any trust bank or trust banks within or without or both within and without this State to be applied to the payment of the refunded obligations or the refunding obligations, or both, upon their presentation for payment to the extent, in such priority and otherwise in the manner which the using agency may determine.

2.

The incidental costs of refunding obligations may be paid by the purchaser of the refunding obligations or be defrayed from any revenues in the State General Fund, subject to appropriations for such revenues as otherwise provided by law, or other available revenues of the State under the control of the Board or from the proceeds of the refunding obligations, or from the interest or other yield derived from the investment of the proceeds of any refunding obligations or other money in escrow or trust, or from any other sources legally available therefor, or any combination thereof, as the using agency may determine.

3.

Any accrued interest and any premium appertaining to a sale of refunding obligations may be applied to the payment of the interest on or principal of those refunding obligations, or both, or may be deposited in a reserve therefor, or may be used to refund obligations by deposit in escrow, trust or otherwise, or may be used to defray any incidental costs appertaining to the refunding, or any combination thereof, as the using agency may determine, but in no event by the incurrence of additional debt in excess of the limitation on state debt set forth in Section 3 of Article 9 of the Nevada Constitution.
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Nov. 17, 2019