Municipal Debt Finance Law: Theory and Practice
Municipal Debt Finance Law: Theory and Practice, provides an examination of the legal principles underlying the issuance of debt by states and their political subdivisions. The book provides in-depth analysis of the conditions that must be satisfied prior to issuance of debt; state constitutional restrictions on the issuance of debt, such as the public purpose requirement, the prohibition on lending of credit, and debt limitations; the rights of bondholders; and federal regulation of municipal securities. The 2006 Supplement updates the relevant developments that have occurred since publication of the original text. These include recent cases as well as statutory developments at the state and federal level.
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