Remedies of security holders
(1)Subject to any contractual limitations binding upon the holders of any issue or series of securities, or trustee therefor, including but not limited to the restriction of the exercise of any remedy to a specified proportion, percentage, or number of such holders, and subject to any prior or superior rights of others, any holder of securities, or trustee therefor, has the right, for the equal benefit and protection of all holders of securities similarly situated:
(a)By mandamus or other suit, action, or proceeding at law or in equity to enforce his rights against the district and its board and any of its officers, agents, and employees, and to require and compel the district or its board or any such officers, agents, or employees to perform and carry out their duties, obligations, or other commitments under this part 5 and their covenants and agreements with the holder of any security;
(b)By action or suit in equity to require the district and its board to account as if they were the trustee of an express trust;
(c)By action or suit in equity to have appointed a receiver, which receiver may enter and take possession of any system, project, or services, revenues from which are pledged for the payment of the securities, prescribe sufficient fees derived from the operation thereof, and collect, receive, and apply all revenues or other moneys pledged for the payment of the securities in the same manner as the district itself might do in accordance with the obligations of the district;
(d)By action or suit in equity enjoin any acts or things which may be unlawful or in violation of the rights of the holder of any security, and bring suit thereupon.
(2)If a resolution of a district authorizing or providing for the issuance of the securities of any series or any proceedings appertaining thereto contains a provision authorized by section 32-4-529 (1)(r) and shall further provide in substance that any trustee appointed pursuant to said section shall have the powers provided by that section, then such trustee, whether or not all of the bonds of such series have been declared due and payable, shall be entitled as of right to the appointment of a receiver of the sewage disposal system, and such receiver may enter upon and take possession of the sewage disposal system and, subject to any pledge or contract with the holders of such securities, shall take possession of all moneys and other property derived from or applicable to the acquisition, operation, maintenance, or improvement of the sewage disposal system and proceed with such acquisition, operation, maintenance, or improvement which the district is under any obligation to do, and operate, maintain, equip, and improve the sewage disposal system, and fix, charge, collect, enforce, and receive the service charges and all systems revenues thereafter arising, subject to any pledge thereof or contract with the holders of such securities relating thereto, and perform the public duties and carry out the contracts and obligations of the district in the same manner as the district itself might do and under the direction of the court.
(3)Neither the members of the board of directors of a district nor any person executing securities issued pursuant to this part 5 shall be liable personally on the securities by reason of the issuance thereof. Securities issued pursuant to this part 5 shall not be in any way a debt or liability of the state or of any municipality or other public body and shall not create or constitute any indebtedness, liability, or obligation of the state or of any such municipality or other public body, either legal, moral, or otherwise, and nothing in this part 5 contained shall be construed to authorize any district to incur any indebtedness on behalf of, or in any way to obligate, the state or any municipality or other public body, except the district, and except as in this part 5 otherwise expressly stated or necessarily implied.
Section 32-4-530 — Remedies of security holders,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-32.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).