The corporation may, in addition to the other powers granted in this chapter, borrow money for temporary use for any of its corporate purposes and in evidence of such borrowing issue from time to time revenue bonds or notes maturing not later than 18 months from date of issuance. Any such temporary borrowing may be made in anticipation of the sale and issuance of long-term bonds, and in such event the principal proceeds from the sale of such long-term bonds shall, to the extent necessary, be used for payment of the principal of and the interest on the temporary bonds or notes issued in anticipation of the sale and issuance of such long-term bonds. Any such temporary borrowing may also be made with respect to a project simultaneously with or after the sale and issuance of long-term bonds issued with respect to such project if, under the terms of the proceedings under which such long-term bonds are issued, the proceeds therefrom or any part thereof may not be used or released until completion of the project with respect to which issued or other similar contingency. In such case, the principal proceeds from the long-term bonds shall, when released and to the extent necessary, be applied for payment of the principal of and the interest on such temporary bonds or notes.
(Acts 1975, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 139, §12.)