California Government Code

Sec. § 99005


The authority may do all of the following:

(a)

Sue and be sued.

(b)

Issue taxable or tax-exempt bonds for the purpose of funding the accumulated budget deficit and paying costs related thereto, including, but not limited to, reserves, capitalized interest, costs of obtaining or entering into any ancillary obligations, and costs of issuance, or for the purpose of refunding any bonds previously issued pursuant to this title and paying the costs related thereto.

(c)

Enter into ancillary obligations and other contracts deemed necessary or appropriate by the authority in connection with any bonds issued under this title.

(d)

Establish the terms and conditions for the financing program undertaken pursuant to this title.

(e)

Employ or contract for any services, including, but not limited to, consulting services and legal services authorized pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 99004, or engage other agents or advisers in connection with the financing program, as deemed necessary by the authority.

(f)

In addition to all other powers specifically granted in this title, do all things necessary or convenient, including the delegation of necessary duties to the Director of Finance, as chairperson, and to the Treasurer, as agent for sale of the bonds, to carry out the powers and purposes of this title.
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