17-5-1606. Bonds, bond anticipation notes, and notes of the board. (1) The board may by resolution, from time to time, issue negotiable notes and bonds to finance loans or refinance its loans to eligible government units and its purchases of eligible government unit bonds, registered warrants, and tax or revenue anticipation notes and other notes, to establish or replenish reserves securing the payment of its bonds and notes, and to finance all other expenditures of the board incident to and necessary or convenient to carry out this part.
(2) The board may by resolution, from time to time:
(a) issue notes to renew notes and bonds to pay notes, including interest;
(b) whenever it considers refunding expedient, refund any bonds by the issuance of new bonds, whether the bonds to be refunded have or have not matured; and
(c) issue bonds partly to refund bonds outstanding and partly for any of its other purposes.
(3) The board may by resolution, from time to time, in anticipation of the sale of its securities under this part, issue temporary notes and renewal notes.
(4) Except as otherwise expressly provided by resolution of the board, every issue of its notes and bonds is an obligation of the board payable out of any revenue, assets, or money of the board, subject only to agreements with the holders of particular notes or bonds pledging particular revenue, assets, or money.
(5)(a) The notes and bonds must be authorized by resolutions of the board, must bear a date, and must mature at times as provided in the resolutions. The bonds may be issued as serial bonds payable in annual installments, as term bonds, or as a combination of serial and term bonds. The notes and bonds must:
(i) bear interest at a rate or rates;
(ii) be in denominations;
(iii) be in a form, either coupon or registered;
(iv) carry registration privileges;
(v) be executed in a manner;
(vi) be payable in a medium of payment, at places inside or outside the state; and
(vii) be subject to terms of redemption as provided in resolutions of the board.
(b) The notes and bonds of the board may be sold at public or private sale at prices, which may be above or below par, that are determined by the board.