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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 42. Postsecondary Education
- Section 230. Trust Indentures and Trust Agreements.
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. Bonds of the Corporation.
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AS 14.42.230. Trust Indentures and Trust Agreements.
An issue of bonds by the corporation may be secured by a trust indenture or trust agreement between the corporation and
a corporate trustee, which may be a trust company, bank, or national banking association, with corporate trust powers,
located inside or outside the state, or by a secured loan agreement or other instrument or under a resolution giving
powers to a corporate trustee by means of which the corporation may
- (1) enter into agreements with the trustee or the bondholders that the board determines to be necessary or desirable,
including covenants, provisions, limitations, and other agreements as to the
- (A) application, investment, deposit, use, and disposition of the proceeds of bonds of the corporation or of money or
other property of the corporation or in which it has an interest;
- (B) fixing and collecting of payments and other consideration for an education loan or repayment obligation;
- (C) assignment by the corporation of its rights in an education loan or repayment obligation or in a mortgage or other
security interest created with respect to an education loan or repayment obligation to a trustee for the benefit of
- (D) terms and conditions upon which additional bonds of the corporation may be issued;
- (E) vesting in a trustee of rights, powers, duties, funds, or property in trust for the benefit of bondholders, including
the right to enforce payment, performance, and other rights of the corporation or of the bondholders, under an
education loan or repayment obligation or a security interest created with respect to an education loan or repayment
- (2) pledge, mortgage, or assign money, agreements, property, or other assets of the corporation either presently in hand
or to be received in the future, or both; and
- (3) provide for other matters that in any way affect the security or protection of the bonds.
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