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Resources of the trust
Public Housing (PBG) CHAPTER 44-A, ARTICLE 15
§ 638. Resources of the trust. 1. Subject to the provisions of this
article, the members of the board shall receive, accept, invest,
administer, expend and disburse for its corporate purposes all money of
the trust from whatever sources derived including (a) the proceeds of
bonds, notes and other obligations, and (b) any other payments, gifts,
or appropriations to the trust from any other source.

2. Subject to the provisions of any contract with holders of bonds,
notes or other obligations, the money of the trust shall be paid to the
trust and shall not be commingled with any other money. The money of the
trust shall be deposited in accounts held in the trust's name in the
bank or banks in the state designated by the trust.

3. The moneys in such accounts shall be paid out on checks of the
trust upon requisition by the chair or such officer or officers as the
trust may authorize to make such requisitions, or pursuant to a bond
resolution or trust indenture.

4. Any moneys on deposit in the accounts of the trust not required for
immediate expenditure shall be invested in obligations in which a
municipality may be authorized to invest in accordance with section
eleven of the general municipal law, provided, however, that such funds
shall not be invested in instruments commonly known as repurchase
agreements. The trust shall have the power, notwithstanding the
provisions of this section, to contract with the holders of any of its
bonds, notes and other obligations as to the custody, collection,
securing, investment and payment of any money of the trust or any money
held in trust or otherwise for the payment of bonds, notes and other
obligations or in any way to secure bonds, notes and other obligations,
and to carry out any such contract.