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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 42. Postsecondary Education
- Section 240. Reserves and Capital Reserves.
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AS 14.42.240. Reserves and Capital Reserves.
- (a) For the purpose of securing one or more issues of bonds of the corporation, the board may establish one or more
special funds, called "capital reserve funds," and may pay into those capital reserve funds the proceeds of the sale of
bonds and other money available to the corporation from other sources for the purposes of the capital reserve funds. A
capital reserve fund may be established only if the board determines that the establishment of the fund would enhance
the marketability of the bonds. Money in a capital reserve fund, except as provided in this section, may be used as
required only for the (1) payment of the principal of, and interest on, bonds or of the sinking fund payments with
respect to those bonds; (2) purchase or redemption of the bonds; or (3) payment of a redemption premium required to be
paid when the bonds are redeemed before maturity. However, money in a capital reserve fund may not be withdrawn if the
withdrawal would reduce the amount in the capital reserve fund to less than the capital reserve fund requirement,
except for the purpose of making payment, when due, of principal, interest, or redemption premiums on the bonds when
other money of the corporation is not available for the payments. Income or interest earned by, or increment to, a
capital reserve fund, from the investment of all or part of the fund, may be transferred by the corporation to other
funds or accounts of the corporation if the transfer does not reduce the amount of the capital reserve fund below the
capital reserve fund requirement.
- (b) If the board decides to issue bonds secured by a capital reserve fund, the bonds may not be issued if the amount in
the capital reserve fund is less than the capital reserve fund requirement, unless the corporation, at the time of
issuance of the bonds, pledges to deposit in the capital reserve fund from the proceeds of the bonds to be issued or
from other sources, an amount that, together with the amount then in the fund, is not less than the capital reserve
- (c) In computing the amount of a capital reserve fund for the purpose of this section, securities in which all or a
portion of the fund is invested and credit facilities deposited in or credited to a capital reserve fund under (f) of
this section shall be valued by a reasonable method established by the board by resolution. Valuation shall include the
amount of interest earned or accrued as of the date of valuation.
- (d) By January 15 of each year, the chairman of the board shall certify in writing to the governor and the legislature the
amount, if any, required to restore a capital reserve fund to the capital reserve fund requirement. The legislature may
appropriate to the corporation the amount certified by the chairman. The corporation shall deposit the amounts
appropriated under this subsection during a fiscal year in the proper capital reserve fund. This subsection does not
create a debt or liability of the state.
- (e) The board may establish reserve funds, other than capital reserve funds, to secure one or more issues of bonds of the
corporation. The corporation may deposit in a reserve fund established under this subsection the proceeds of sale of
its bonds and other money available from any other source. The corporation may allow a reserve fund established under
this subsection to be depleted without complying with (d) of this section.
- (f) The corporation may hold in a capital reserve fund, in lieu of money and in satisfaction of all or part of a capital
reserve fund requirement, irrevocable letters of credit issued by a commercial bank, surety bonds, insurance policies,
and similar credit facilities.
- (g) In this section, "capital reserve fund requirement" means the amount required to be on deposit in the capital reserve
fund as of the date of computation as determined by resolution of the board.
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