Montana Code Annotated 1995

MCA ContentsSearchPart Contents

     7-12-2183. Loan from revolving fund to meet payments on bonds and warrants or to make emergency repairs. (1) During the period described in 7-12-2185(2), when any rural special improvement district bond or warrant secured by the revolving fund or any interest on the bond or warrant becomes due and payable and there is either no money or insufficient money in the appropriate district fund after a transfer from the appropriate district reserve account, if established, with which to pay the bond, warrant, or interest, an amount sufficient to make up the deficiency must be loaned by the revolving fund to the district fund. The bond, warrant, or interest must be paid from the money loaned and money available in the district fund.
     (2) If there is insufficient money in the rural special improvement district maintenance fund to pay the cost of emergency repairs, the board of county commissioners, by order or resolution, may loan money from the revolving fund to the district maintenance fund. The loan must be repaid in annual installments in not more than 3 years. The loans may not cause a default in the payments of the principal of the bonds or warrants or the interest on the bonds or warrants. The loan must be repaid by an assessment as provided by 7-12-2120 if other funds are not available. If there are insufficient funds in the revolving fund to make the loans without causing a default in the payment of the principal of the bonds or warrants or the interest on the bonds or warrants secured by the revolving fund, then the loans may not be made.

     History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 188, L. 1957; R.C.M. 1947, 16-1635(1); amd. Sec. 1, Ch. 339, L. 1981; amd. Sec. 3, Ch. 422, L. 1983; amd. Sec. 5, Ch. 229, L. 1995.

Previous SectionHelpNext Section
Provided by Montana Legislative Services