Montana Code Annotated 2023



Part 1. Rates of Interest -- Notice

Tax Credit Bonds

17-5-117. Tax credit bonds. (1) As used in this section, "tax credit bond" means any general obligation bond, impact aid revenue bond, special improvement district bond, revenue bond, industrial development bond, tax increment bond, or any other bond of the state or a political subdivision that has been duly authorized and is eligible for designation as and has been designated as a qualified tax credit bond under section 54A, section 54D, section 54E, section 54F, or section 54AA of the Internal Revenue Code, 26 U.S.C. 54A, 54D, 54E, 54F, or 54AA.

(2) Any bond issued as a tax credit bond may be issued and sold at public or private sale, may be payable and mature as to principal and interest, if any, on any date or dates, may be subject to redemption in whole or in part as determined by the governing body of the issuer, and may have other terms and conditions that the issuer considers to be necessary and appropriate.

(3) The governing body of the issuer of any tax credit bond is authorized to enter into agreements and make covenants that may be necessary to provide for the sale and security of the bond, including investment of funds and accounts to repay the bond.

History: En. Sec. 44, Ch. 489, L. 2009.