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The members of the corporation and a person executing the bonds are not liable personally on the bonds by reason of their issuance. The bonds of the corporation are not a debt of the state or a political or municipal corporation or other subdivision of the state, including the University of Alaska, and each bond must so state on its face. Neither the state nor a political or municipal corporation or other subdivision of the state, including the University of Alaska, other than the corporation is liable on the bonds, nor are the bonds payable out of funds or properties other than those of the corporation. The corporation may not pledge the faith of the people of the state for a loan or obligation. Bonds of the corporation are not a debt, indebtedness, or the borrowing of money within the meaning of a limitation or restriction on the issuance of bonds contained in the constitution or laws of the state.
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