Texas issuers allowed to retain call rights on refundings

Preston, Darrell
June 1999
Bond Buyer;06/30/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30673, p32
Trade Publication
Reports that Texas bond issuers will be able to retain call rights on refundings starting September 1, 1999. Repeal of the `Susan Voss' rule; Use of cash defeances to avoid needing approval by the Attorney General's Office.


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