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DIVISION 18. PARKING [31500 - 36745]

  ( Division 18 added by Stats. 1951, Ch. 463. )

PART 4. PARKING DISTRICT LAW OF 1951 [35100 - 35708]

  ( Part 4 added by Stats. 1953, Ch. 192. )

CHAPTER 3.5. Assessments and Bonds for Assessments [35450 - 35549.1]

  ( Chapter 3.5 repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234. )

ARTICLE 3. Bonds for Assessments [35500 - 35512]
  ( Article 3 added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234. )

35500.
  

Bonds shall be issued pursuant to this article.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35501.
  

The list of unpaid assessments shall be certified and filed with the city treasurer. Upon the filing of the list, the city treasurer shall make out and sign a separate bond representing upon each lot or parcel of land on the list the total amount of the unpaid assessment against it as shown on the list.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35502.
  

The legislative body shall sell the bonds for cash for not less than the amount of the assessments represented by the bonds.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35503.
  

At any time after the assessment is recorded, the legislative body may call for sealed bids on the bonds proposed to be issued. Notice inviting bids shall be given by two publications in a newspaper published in the city, the first publication to be at least 10 days before the bids are to be opened.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35504.
  

The legislative body shall sell the bonds for cash, and if bids are made, for cash to the best responsible bidder.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35505.
  

The bonds may be sold at any rate of interest not exceeding that stated in the resolution of intention. The maximum interest rate shall not exceed 7 percent a year.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35506.
  

The bonds shall extend over a period not to exceed 24 years from January 2nd next succeeding the next September 1st following their date.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35507.
  

Upon the award of the bonds to a purchaser, the treasurer shall issue bonds representing the liens of the unpaid assessments as shown on the list and bearing interest at the rate fixed by the legislative body.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35508.
  

The treasurer shall deliver the bonds to the purchaser upon receiving the purchase price bid. The purchase price shall be deposited in the fund for the redemption of the bonds issued pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 35400) of this part.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35509.
  

Except as otherwise provided in this article, bonds to be issued pursuant to this article shall be issued pursuant to Part 5 (commencing with Section 6400) of Division 7 (the Improvement Act of 1911). Except as modified by this article, the provisions of that part are adopted for the issuance, collection, and enforcement of bonds issued pursuant to this article, and the provisions of that part apply to bonds issued pursuant to this article.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35510.
  

The date of the bonds shall be the date selected and specified for that purpose by the legislative body in the resolution or order calling for sealed bids upon the bonds. The date shall be a date between the date of recordation of the assessment and the date of delivery of the bonds to the purchaser thereof. The bonds shall bear interest from their date.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35511.
  

Where an action or proceeding is brought to set aside, cancel, avoid, annul, or correct any assessment or reassessment, or to review any of the proceedings, acts or determinations pursuant to this chapter, or to question the validity or enjoin the collection of any assessment or reassessment or to enjoin the issuance of bonds to represent any assessment or reassessment, said action or proceeding being brought after recordation of the assessment or reassessment but before the sale and award of the bonds, the legislative body may issue and sell the bonds unless prevented by order of court and may, in its discretion, order: (1) that the bonds be dated and bear interest as provided in Section 35510, or (2) that the bonds be dated and bear interest from such date as may be specified by the legislative body, or (3) that notice of the assessment or reassessment be refiled in the office of the county recorder, in which case the time of recording as used in this part and in Section 4289 shall be the time of refiling such notice instead of the time of filing the original notice with the county recorder.

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

35512.
  

The bonds shall be substantially in the following form:

Parking District No. (Number of district)
of the City of _______________

Improvement Bond

$ 

No.

Under and by virtue of the Parking District Law of 1951, I, out of the fund for the above designated Parking District No. ____ of the City of ____ bonds, will pay to ____, or order, (or to bearer,) the sum of $____, with interest at the rate of ___ percent per annum, all as is hereinafter specified, and at the office of the Treasurer of the City of ____, State of California.

This bond is issued to provide funds necessary for the redemption of bonds for certain parking places in the City of ____ as the same are more fully described in assessment number ____ issued by the street superintendent of said city and recorded in his office. Its amount is the amount assessed in said assessment against the lot or parcel of land numbered therein, and in the diagram attached thereto, as number ____, and which now remains unpaid, and constitutes a lien upon the property affected thereby, as the same is described herein, and in said recorded assessment with its diagram, to wit: The lot or parcel of land in said City of ____, County of ____, State of California, described as follows: ______

This bond is payable exclusively from said fund, and neither the city nor any officer thereof is to be holden for payment otherwise of its principal or interest. The term of this bond is ____ years from the second day of January next succeeding the next ____ following its date, and at the expiration of said time the whole sum then unpaid shall be due and payable; but on the second day of January of each year, following the next ____ after its date, an even annual proportion of its whole amount is due and payable, upon presentation of the coupon therefor, until the whole is paid, with all accrued interest at the rate of ____ per centum per annum.

The interest is payable semiannually, to wit: On the second days of January and of July in each year hereafter, upon presentation of the coupons therefor, hereto attached, the first of which is for the interest from date to the next second day of ____ and thereafter the interest coupons are for semiannual interest.

This bond may be redeemed by the owner or any person interested in any lot or parcel of land described herein, in the manner provided in said law, at any time before maturity, and before commencement of proceedings for sale, upon payment to the treasurer, for the holder of this bond, of the amount then unpaid on the principal thereof, with interest thereon calculated up to the due date of the next maturing interest coupon, and all penalties accrued and unpaid together with a premium of 3 percent of the unpaid principal.

Should default be made in the annual payment upon the principal, or in any payment of interest from the owner of said lot or parcel of land, or anyone in his behalf, the holder of this bond is entitled on or after the second day of January or July, as the case may be, following such default to declare the whole unpaid amount to be due and payable, and to have said lot or parcel of land advertised and sold forthwith, in the manner provided by law; provided, however, that any bond may be reinstated after such default in the manner provided in said law. In case of such default there shall be immediately added to such defaulted amount 1 percent of the amount thereof, and on the first day of each month following such default there shall be added a further penalty of 1 percent of such defaulted amount. The 1 percent penalty first imposed and all subsequent penalties shall be paid to the holder of the bond along with and as a part of such defaulted payment.

At said City of ____, this ___ day of ____, in the year one thousand, nine hundred and ____.

Treasurer of the City of

(Repealed and added by Stats. 1969, Ch. 234.)

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