MCL - Section 12.117

Act 496 of 1988

12.117 Allocation order; requirements; reversion; allocation not transferable between issuers; use of allocation; validity of order; request for extension.

Sec. 7.

    (1) An allocation order shall allocate the principal amount of bonds requested or, for an issue of refunding bonds, the principal amount of the proposed issue expected to exceed the amount of the obligation to be refunded, for a request by a municipal issuer, against the amount of the unified volume limitation allotted in section 4 to municipal issuers or, for a state issuer, against the amount allotted to state issuers. Any difference between the amount of the unified volume limitation allocated to an issuer and the amount of the allocation used for the issuance of the bonds for which it applied reverts to the unified volume limitation and to the municipal issuer or state issuer allotment from which the allocation was made.
    (2) An allocation issued by the treasurer is not transferable between issuers and shall not be used for purposes other than those for which the allocation was approved.
    (3) Other than a carryforward allocation pursuant to section 10, an order of the treasurer issuing an allocation is valid for 30 calendar days after the date of the order or, if the allocation will be used to apply for an urban development action grant or other governmental assistance or if the allocation is to an issuer that is required by law to sell the bonds for which the allocation applies at public sale, for 60 days after the date of the order. Other than a carryforward allocation, an allocation or an extension of an allocation is not valid after November 21 of the year for which the allocation is issued, except that the treasurer may extend the period of an allocation's validity until December 31 of the year for which an allocation is issued. After the issuance of an allocation order, but before the expiration of that initial order, an issuer may request that the period for which the order allocated a portion of the unified volume limitation be extended beyond the initial order's expiration date. Accompanying a request for extension shall be a statement of the facts and circumstances upon which the request is made.

History: 1988, Act 496, Eff. Mar. 30, 1989