Official Nebraska Government Website
Official Nebraska Government Website

Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts
Charlie Janssen

Accountability, Integrity, Reliability

Bond Filing Search


Neb. Rev. Stat. ยงยง 10-140 (Reissue 2012).


Issuance of bonds; recording requirements.


Within sixty days after the initial issuance and delivery of all fully registered bonds, the issuer shall maintain a record of the issuance including (1) the following information: (a) The name of the issuer; (b) the title or designation of the bonds; (c) the total principal amount of such bonds initially issued; (d) the date or dates of maturity of principal and the amount of principal maturing on such date or dates; (e) the interest rate or rates and the date or dates such interest is payable; (f) the place or places where the principal of and interest on the bonds are payable; (g) the costs of issuance paid and to whom; and (h) the principal purpose for which such bonds were issued and (2) a copy of the form filed for the bonds pursuant to section 149(e) of the Internal Revenue Code. Within sixty days after the initial issuance and delivery of all fully registered bonds, the issuer shall also file a record of the information required by this section with the Auditor of Public Accounts who shall maintain such information for public inspection.


Click the link below for a list of bonds filed with the APA since 2012.

 

*This report is an Excel file that can be filtered and contains links to the actual bond filing.


Bond Filings - Updated July 10, 2017

 

*This listing contains the following information: Bond Issuer, Title of Bond, Amount, Filing Date, Date of Bonds, Underwriter, Paying Agent, and Link to the Original Bond Filing.


 

Click the button below for a quick and easy way to file your Bond online. You will get a confirmation page to print for your records to indicate you have completed this filing requirement.

 

Submit Interlocal Agreement