Sec. 32-23kk. Contract of insurance. (749)(1-click HTML)
Any contract of insurance made by the authority under sections 32-23gg to 32-23ll, inclusive, shall provide that claims payable under such contract shall first be paid from any amounts readily available in the Connecticut Works Fund, established under section 32-23ii, before any amounts available from the bond authorization under section 32-23ll are utilized for payment of a claim. The faith and credit of the state is hereby pledged, pursuant to such bond authorization and in accordance with section 3-20, to provide to the Connecticut Works Fund moneys as and when necessary to make timely payments of all amounts required to be paid under the terms of any insurance contract executed by the authority pursuant to sections 32-23gg to 32-23ll, inclusive. The obligation of the authority to make payments under any such insurance contract shall be limited solely to such sources and shall not constitute a debt or liability of the authority or the state. Any insurance contract and any procedure of the authority implementing the insurance provisions of this section may contain such other terms, provisions or conditions as the authority deems necessary or appropriate, including, but not limited to, the payment of insurance premiums, the giving of notice, claim procedures, the sources for payment of claims, the priority of competing claims for payment, the release or termination of loan security and borrower liability, the timing of payment, the maintenance or disposition of projects and the use of amounts received during periods of loan delinquency or upon default, and any other provisions concerning the rights of insured parties or conditions of the payment of insurance claims. Moneys in the fund not needed currently to meet the expenses and obligations of the authority may be invested in the manner provided in section 3-31a and all income from such investments shall become part of the Connecticut Works Fund. (750)
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