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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 26. Alaska Medical Facility Authority
- Section 50. Powers of Authority.
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AS 18.26.050. Powers of Authority.
The authority has all powers necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter including, but not limited to, the
- (1) to sue and be sued in its own name;
- (2) to adopt a seal and alter it at pleasure;
- (3) to adopt, amend, and repeal bylaws for its organization, management of its internal affairs, and the conduct of its
business consistent with the provisions of this chapter;
- (4) to adopt regulations, in accordance with AS 44.62
(Administrative Procedure Act), governing the exercise of its corporate powers;
- (5) to acquire by purchase, construction, exchange, gift, lease, or otherwise, real or personal property, rights,
rights-of-way, franchises, easements, and other interests in land, including land lying under water and riparian rights
that are located in the state, taking title to it in the name of the authority;
- (6) to accept gifts, grants, or loans from, and enter into contracts or other transactions regarding them with, a federal
agency or an agency or instrumentality of the state, a municipality, private organization, or other source;
- (7) to provide the financing incidental to purchasing, constructing, improving, extending, and equipping medical
facilities in the state;
- (8) to lease to any political subdivision of the state or nonprofit corporation medical facilities upon terms and
conditions the board considers appropriate, and to terminate any such lease upon default of the lessee;
- (9) to enter into options and agreements for the renewal or extension of leases of medical facilities leased under (8) of
this section or for the conveyance or options to convey, including renewals, of those medical facilities;
- (10) to sell, exchange, donate, convey, pledge, or otherwise encumber in any manner by mortgage or by creation of any other
security interest, real or personal property owned by it, or in which it has an interest, to pledge the revenue and
receipts from these assets, and to arrange and provide for guarantees and other security agreements when, in the
judgment of the authority, the action is in furtherance of its corporate purposes;
- (11) to issue notes and revenue bonds in amounts considered necessary by the authority to pay the cost of establishing and
equipping medical facilities and to secure payment of the notes and revenue bonds as provided in this chapter;
- (12) to deposit or otherwise invest its funds, subject to agreements with bondholders, in any property or securities in
which banks or trust companies may legally invest, so long as no member of the board of directors or its executive
director has any personal interest, either directly or indirectly, in any such depository or investment entity and the
funds are held in reserves or sinking funds, if those deposited or invested funds are not required for reasonably
- (13) to arrange or contract for services, privileges, works, facilities, or management and operation of a medical facility;
- (14) to fix and revise, from time to time, and to charge and collect rates, rents, fees, and charges for the use of and
services furnished or to be furnished by a medical facility for which financing or financial assistance is provided
under this chapter;
- (15) to insure any real or personal property or operations of the authority against any risks or hazards;
- (16) to purchase its bonds at a price not more than the principal amount of them plus accrued interest; all bonds so
purchased must be cancelled;
- (17) to maintain an office at places it may designate;
- (18) to make mortgage loans or other secured loans to a medical facility, to refund or refinance outstanding obligations,
mortgages, or advances issued, made, or given by the medical facility for the costs of its facilities, including the
issuance of bonds and the making of loans to a medical facility, when the authority finds that such financing is in the
public interest and alleviates the financial hardship upon the medical facility, is in connection with other financing
by the authority for the medical facility, or may be expected to result in a lower cost of patient care and a saving to
third parties, including the state or the federal government, and to others who must pay for the health care, or any
combination of those factors;
- (19) to obtain, or aid in obtaining, from any department or agency of the United States or of this state or any private
company, any insurance or guarantee as to, or of, or for the payment or repayment of interest or principal, or both, or
any part of interest or principal on any loan, lease, or obligation, or any instrument evidencing or securing a loan,
lease, or obligation entered into under this chapter; and, notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, to
enter into any agreement, contract, or any other instrument whatsoever with respect to any such insurance or guarantee,
to accept payment in the manner and form provided in it in the event of default by a medical facility, and to assign
any such insurance or guarantee as security for the authority's bonds.
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