RS 12:701     


§701.  Borrowing money; issuance of bonds; security

A.  Any corporation, foreign or domestic, business or nonprofit, may borrow from time to time such sums of money as may be required for its corporate purposes or for the acquisition of property or franchises.  

B.  For these purposes, any corporation may issue bonds or other obligations secured by mortgage or pledge, or both, of the franchises and the property, movable or immovable, whether owned at the time of the mortgage or pledge, or acquired thereafter, together with future incomes, revenues, contributions and receipts of the corporations.  

C.  The bonds or other obligations may be payable on the terms and at the times and places as the corporation, through its board of directors, or other managing body may direct or designate.  

D.  The corporation may sell, pledge, or otherwise dispose of these bonds or other obligations on the terms which the corporation, through its board of directors or other managing body, may deem expedient.  

E.  This Section shall not be construed as conferring any powers which are specifically denied to corporations by any other provisions of law.

Amended by Acts 1950, No. 235, §1; Acts 1952, No. 473, §1; Acts 1954, No. 52, §1.  Renumbered from R.S. 1950, §12:601 by Acts 1968, No. 105, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 1969.