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Title VIII PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, BONDS AND RECORDS

Chapter 108

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  108.450.  Definitions — authority to issue bonds, form — restrictions. — 1.  In order to aid in providing an adequate supply of residential housing for low or moderate income persons or families, the county commission, legislative body of the county or the combination of counties by sections 108.450 to 108.470 may issue and sell revenue bonds under the rights conferred by sections 108.450 to 108.470 for the purposes of:

  (1)  Investing in, purchasing or making commitments to purchase, and taking assignments from mortgage lenders, of notes and mortgages evidencing loans for the construction, rehabilitation or purchase of single-family residential housing;

  (2)  Making loans to mortgage lenders under terms and conditions requiring the proceeds thereof to be used by such mortgage lenders for the making of new mortgages for single-family residential housing;

  (3)  Purchasing notes and mortgages evidencing loans on one- and two-family residences from mortgage lenders under terms and conditions requiring the proceeds thereof to be used by such mortgage lenders for the making of new mortgages for single-family residential housing; and

  (4)  The establishment of such reserve and capitalized interest funds to secure such bonds as the county commission, or legislative body of the county, may provide in its order, resolution, or ordinance directing their issuance.

  2.  For the purposes of sections 108.450 to 108.470, unless the context otherwise requires:

  (1)  "Low or moderate income persons and families" means persons or families of low and moderate income as determined by the governing body of the county or counties in a manner consistent with any applicable federal regulations for single-family mortgage revenue bond issues;

  (2)  "Mortgage" shall include deeds of trust;

  (3)  "Mortgage lender" means any bank or trust company, Federal National Mortgage Association approved mortgage banker, savings bank, savings and loan association, industrial bank, credit union, national banking association, federal savings and loan association or federal credit union or other financial institutions which customarily provide service or otherwise aid in the financing of mortgages on single-family residential housing located in the state;

  (4)  "Revenues" shall mean the amounts paid or required to be paid from time to time for principal and interest by or on behalf of any mortgagor on and in accordance with the terms and provisions of any mortgage loan made or purchased pursuant to this section, including amounts paid on account of acceleration of the due date of such loan or prepayments of all or part of such loan, amounts received from the foreclosure or other sale or disposition of any mortgaged property or of the mortgage loan, amounts received from the condemnation of any mortgaged property or part thereof, amounts received from any insurer of the mortgage or any mortgaged property or the amounts paid or required to be paid from time to time for principal and interest by or on behalf of any mortgage lender on and in accordance with the terms and provisions of any loan made pursuant to this section, including amounts paid on account of acceleration of the due date of such loan or prepayments of all or part of such loan;

  (5)  "Single-family residential housing" means any building and the land on which it is situated or any condominium dwelling unit, except those condominium dwelling units located in a city not within a county or in a county of the first class with a charter form of government adjacent to a city not within a county that are being or have been converted from rental or lease units, having a purchase price not exceeding applicable federal regulations;

  (6)  "Substantial rehabilitation" means rehabilitation at a cost of not less than five thousand dollars provided that the appraised value of the home plus the value of the rehabilitation shall not exceed the maximum purchase price set forth in subdivision (5) of this subsection.

  3.  The county shall have the power to set and collect the fees and charges that are necessary to pay debt service on bonds issued hereunder and to otherwise implement the purposes of sections 108.450 to 108.470.

  4.  The revenue bonds shall be payable, both as to principal and interest, solely from the revenues derived from the mortgages or loans, as the case may be, with respect to which the bonds are issued.

  5.  Any bonds issued under the provisions of sections 108.450 to 108.470 shall not be deemed to be an indebtedness of the state of Missouri or of any political subdivision thereof, and shall not be deemed to be an indebtedness within the meaning of any constitutional or statutory limitation upon the incurring of indebtedness.

  6.  The proceeds of revenue bonds issued and sold under the provisions of sections 108.450 to 108.470 shall not be used for refinancing of any existing loan, unless such refinancing accompanies the substantial rehabilitation of single-family residential housing for which an existing loan is outstanding.

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(L. 1980 S.B. 554 § 1, A.L. 1981 S.B. 263, A.L. 1983 S.B. 28)


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