Issuance of securities with facsimile signatures of officers and facsimile of corporate seal.
(a) In any instance where any bond, warrant, note, certificate of indebtedness or other security howsoever designated is authorized to be issued by the state, or by any county, municipality, board of education, political subdivision, public instrumentality, public corporation or other public entity howsoever identified and is required or permitted to be executed, attested, registered other than as to ownership or authenticated by one or more of its officers or other persons, a facsimile of the signature of any one or more of the officers or persons executing, attesting, registering or authenticating the same may be imprinted or reproduced on such security if such security is required to be authenticated by the manual signature of the duly designated registrar of such securities, or an authorized officer of such registrar. Any seal required or permitted to be affixed or impressed on such security may be imprinted or otherwise reproduced thereon in facsimile.
(b) This law shall not repeal or supersede any other law which authorizes execution, attestation, registration or authentication of securities by facsimile signature or imprinting or other reproduction thereon of any seal, but shall be construed as cumulative authorization thereof.
(Acts 1983, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 83-76, p. 81.)