Section 165.06 | Protection and enforcement of rights of bondholder and trustees.
Any holder of bonds issued pursuant to Chapter 165. of the Revised Code or a trustee under a trust agreement or indenture of mortgage entered into pursuant to section 165.05 of the Revised Code, except to the extent that their rights are restricted by the bond proceedings or by the terms of the bonds, may by any suitable form of legal proceedings, protect and enforce any rights under the laws of this state or granted by the bond proceedings. Such rights include the right to compel the performance of all duties of the issuer required by Chapter 165. of the Revised Code or the bond proceedings; to enjoin unlawful activities; and in the event of default with respect to the payment of any principal of and interest on any bond or in the performance of any covenant or agreement on the part of the issuer in the resolution, ordinance, trust agreement, or indenture, to apply to a court having jurisdiction of the cause to appoint a receiver to administer and operate the pledged facilities, the rentals, revenues, and other income, charges, and moneys of which are pledged to the payment of principal of and interest on such bonds or which are the subject of the covenant or agreement, with full power to pay, and to provide for payment of, principal of and interest on such bonds, and with such powers, subject to the direction of the court, as are accorded receivers in general equity cases, excluding any power to pledge additional rentals, revenues, or other income, charges, or moneys of the issuer, including those derived from taxation, to the payment of such principal and interest; and to foreclose the mortgage on the pledged facilities in the same manner as for real estate of private corporations.
Available Versions of this Section
- June 26, 1967 – Senate Bill 273 - 107th General Assembly [ View June 26, 1967 Version ]