If more than two-thirds of the votes cast at the election are in favor of incurring the indebtedness, the legislative body may, by resolution, at the time or times it deems proper, provide for the following:
(a) The form of the bonds.
(b) The execution of the bonds.
(c) The issuance of any part of the bonds.
(d) The appointment of one or more banks or trust companies within or without the state having the necessary trust powers as trustee, fiscal agent, paying agent, or bond registrar.
(e) The execution of a trust agreement, indenture, or other instrument securing the bonds.
(f) The pledge or assignment of any revenues of the community facilities district to the repayment of the bonds.
(g) The investment of any bond proceeds and other revenues, including special tax revenues, by the trustee or fiscal agent in any securities or obligations described in the resolution, indenture, trust agreement, or other instrument providing for the issuance of the bonds. Investment subject to this subdivision shall comply with Section 53356.03. The resolution may provide for payment to the United States from any available revenues of a community facilities district of any excess investment earnings required to be rebated by federal law.
(h) The date or dates to be borne by the bonds and the time or times of maturity of the bonds and the place or places and time or times that the bonds shall be payable.
(i) The interest, fixed or variable, to be borne by the bonds.
(j) The denominations, form, and registration privileges of the bonds.
(k) Any other terms and conditions determined to be necessary by the legislative body.
(Amended by Stats. 2007, Ch. 670, Sec. 103.)