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15-4-3218. Contractual Obligations Of State -- Enforcement.

(a) This subchapter shall constitute a contract between the state and the registered owners of all bonds issued under Arkansas Constitution, Amendment 82, and this subchapter that shall never be impaired, and any violation of its terms, whether under purported legislative authority or otherwise, shall be enjoined by the courts at the suit of any bondholder or any taxpayer.

(b)

(1) In any suit for impairment or violation of contract with regard to bonds issued under Arkansas Constitution, Amendment 82, and this subchapter brought against the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, the Treasurer of State, or other appropriate agency, officer, or official of the state, the courts shall prevent a diversion of any revenues pledged and shall compel the restoration of diverted revenues by injunction or mandamus.

(2) Without limitation as to any other appropriate remedy at law or in equity, any bondholder, by an appropriate action, including, without limitation, injunction or mandamus, may compel the performance under this subchapter of all covenants and obligations of the state and its officers and officials.

History

Acts 2005, No. 1981, § 1.

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Asa Hutchinson
Asa Hutchinson
January 13, 2015 -
Republican
501-682-5080
425 W Capitol Ave. Suite 1620, Little Rock, AR, 72201

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