Powers of Oregon Community Power relating to financing agreements
Oregon Community Power may:
(1) Enter into agreements with third parties to hold financing agreement proceeds, payments and reserves as security for lenders, and to issue certificates of participation in the right to receive payments due from Oregon Community Power under a financing agreement. Amounts so held shall be invested at the direction of the board of directors of Oregon Community Power. Interest earned on any investments held as security for a financing agreement may, at the option of the board, be credited to the accounts held by the third party and applied in payment of sums due under a financing agreement.
(2) Enter into credit enhancement agreements for financing agreements or certificates of participation, provided that any credit enhancement agreements shall be payable solely from funds specifically pledged, budgeted for or otherwise made available by Oregon Community Power and amounts received from the exercise of property rights granted under the financing agreements.
(3) Use financing agreements to finance the costs of acquiring or refinancing real or personal property, either tangible or intangible, plus the costs of reserves and credit enhancements and the costs associated with obtaining the financing.
(4) Grant security interests in property to trustees or lenders.
(5) Make pledges for the benefit of trustees and lenders.
(6) Purchase fire and extended coverage or other casualty insurance for property that is acquired or refinanced with proceeds of a financing agreement, assign the proceeds thereof to a lender or trustee to the extent of their interest, and covenant to maintain any insurance while the financing agreement is unpaid, as long as available funds are sufficient to purchase the insurance. [2007 c.807 §37]
Note: See note under 757.812 (Definitions for ORS 757.812 to 757.950).
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