California Government Code

Sec. § 99006


(a)

The Director of Finance shall, as chairperson of the authority, take all actions necessary to have included in the annual Governor’s Budget for each fiscal year in which the Fiscal Recovery Fund is in existence and any bonds or ancillary obligations remain outstanding, an appropriation of the special sales tax revenues received in that fiscal year to pay those obligations. The director shall further use his or her best efforts to have included in the annual Budget Bill or another bill separate from the annual Budget Bill, for each fiscal year in which the Fiscal Recovery Fund is in existence and any bonds or ancillary obligations remain outstanding, an appropriation of the special sales tax revenues received in that fiscal year for the purposes of this title. The director shall notify the trustee and, if the trustee is not the Treasurer, notify the Treasurer, in each applicable year of the actions taken pursuant to this subdivision, including providing copies of the Governor’s Budget and either the annual Budget Bill or other bill proposing an appropriation of the special sales tax revenue.

(b)

The Director of Finance shall notify the Treasurer, the trustee, and the board when, in each case, (1) and (2) of the following events have occurred:

(1)

Any of the following has occurred:

(A)

All bonds issued pursuant to this title and all related ancillary obligations have been paid or retired.

(B)

Payment of the principal of and interest on all bonds issued pursuant to this title and ancillary obligations have been irrevocably provided for pursuant to the indenture and no bonds are deemed “outstanding” pursuant to the indenture.

(C)

The Fiscal Recovery Fund holds sufficient funds to pay the principal of, and interest to final maturity on, all bonds issued pursuant to this title that are outstanding and to pay all ancillary obligations, if those funds were appropriated for that purpose by the Legislature.

(D)

No bonds were issued pursuant to this title and the Director of Finance, as chairperson of the authority, announces that no bonds will be issued pursuant to this title.

(2)

Any of the following has occurred:

(A)

All bonds issued pursuant to Title 18 (commencing with Section 99050) and all ancillary obligations relating thereto have been paid or retired.

(B)

Payment of the principal of and interest on all of those bonds and the payment of ancillary obligations identified in subparagraph (A) has been irrevocably provided for pursuant to the related resolution and no bonds or ancillary obligations are deemed “outstanding” pursuant to that resolution.

(C)

The Fiscal Recovery Fund holds sufficient funds to pay the principal of, and interest to final maturity on, all of the bonds and to pay ancillary obligations identified in subparagraph (A) that are outstanding.

(D)

The Economic Recovery Bond Act was not approved by the voters.

(c)

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, Section 5924 shall not apply to payment of any fees or costs of any ancillary obligations entered into by the authority or the Treasurer in connection with any bonds issued pursuant to this title.

(d)

For purposes of subdivision (d) of Section 6051.5, and subdivision (d) of Section 6201.5, of the Revenue and Taxation Code, and Section 99010 of this code, notification pursuant to subdivision (b) shall be deemed to be given by the Director of Finance only when the notifications described in both paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) have been given.
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