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The Vermont Statutes Online

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Title 10 : Conservation and Development

Chapter 012 : Vermont Economic Development Authority

Subchapter 011 : State Infrastructure Bank Program

(Cite as: 10 V.S.A. § 280p)
  • § 280p. Additional security agreements, insurance, and credit enhancements

    The Authority is also authorized to enter into additional security, insurance, or other forms of credit enhancement that may be secured on a parity or subordinate basis with the bonds. A pledge in any such trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement shall be valid and binding from the time such pledge shall be made without any physical delivery or further act, and the lien of such pledge shall be valid and binding as against all parties having claims of any kind in tort, contract, or otherwise, irrespective of whether such parties have notice thereof. Any such pledge shall be perfected by filing of the trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement in the records of the Authority, and no filing need be made under any other provision of law. Any such trust agreement or credit enhancement agreement may establish provisions defining defaults and establishing remedies and other matters relating to the rights and security of the holders of the bonds or other secured parties as determined by the Authority, including provisions relating to the establishment of reserves, the issuance of additional or refunding bonds, whether or not secured on a parity basis, the application of receipts, monies, or funds pledged pursuant to such agreement, hereinafter referred to as “pledged funds,” and other matters deemed necessary or desirable by the Authority for the security of such bonds, and may also regulate the custody, investment, and application of monies. (Added 1997, No. 43, § 1.)