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Remedies of bondholders
Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 4, TITLE 4
§ 887. Remedies of bondholders. 1. In the event that the authority
shall default in the payment of the principal of or interest on any of
the bonds after the same shall become due, whether at maturity or upon
call for redemption, and such default shall continue for a period of
thirty days, or in the event that the authority shall fail or refuse to
comply with the provisions of this title, or shall default in any
agreement made with the holders of the bonds, the holders of twenty-five
per centum in aggregate principal amount of the bonds then outstanding,
by instrument or instruments filed in the office of the clerk of the
county of Monroe and proved or acknowledged in the same manner as a deed
to be recorded, may appoint a trustee to represent the bondholders for
the purposes herein provided.

2. Such trustee may, and upon written request of the holders of
twenty-five per centum in principal amount of the bonds then outstanding
shall, in his or its own name:

(a) by suit, action or special proceeding, enforce all rights of the
bondholders, including the right to require the authority and the board
to collect rentals, and other charges adequate to carry out any
agreement as to, or pledge of, such rentals, fees and other charges and
to require the authority and the board to carry out any other agreements
with the bondholders and to perform its duties under this title;

(b) bring suit upon the bonds;

(c) by action or suit in equity, require the authority to account as
if it were the trustee of an express trust for the bondholders;

(d) by action or suit in equity, enjoin any acts or things which may
be unlawful or in violation of the rights of the bondholders;

(e) declare all bonds due and payable and, if any default shall be
made good, to annul such declaration and its consequences.

3. The supreme court shall have jurisdiction of any suit, action or
proceeding by the trustee on behalf of the bondholders. The venue of any
such suit, action or proceedings shall be laid in Monroe county.

4. Before declaring the principal of all bonds due and payable the
trustee shall first give thirty days' notice in writing to the

5. Any such trustee, whether or not all bonds have been declared due
and payable, shall be entitled as of right to the appointment of a
receiver who may enter and take possession of the properties of the
authority then under the jurisdiction of the authority or any part or
parts thereof and operate and maintain the same and collect and receive
all revenues thereafter arising therefrom and exercise such other powers
of the authority as the court may deem advisable in the same manner as
the authority itself might do and shall deposit all such moneys in a
separate account or accounts and apply the same in such manner as the
court shall direct. In any suit, action, or proceeding by the trustee
the fees, counsel fees and expenses of the trustee and of the receiver,
if any, shall constitute taxable disbursements and all costs and
disbursements allowed by the court shall be a first charge on any
revenues derived from the marketing facilities.

6. Such trustee shall in addition to the foregoing have and possess
all of the powers necessary or appropriate for the exercise of any
functions specifically set forth herein or incident to the general
representation of the bondholders in the enforcement and protection of
their rights.