• United States Code
    • TITLE 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
      • SUBTITLE III - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
        • CHAPTER 31 - PUBLIC DEBT
          • SUBCHAPTER I - BORROWING AUTHORITY
            • Section 3104
              • Section 3104. Certificates of indebtedness and Treasury bills


(a) The Secretary of the Treasury may borrow on the credit of the United States Government amounts necessary for expenditures authorized by law and may buy, redeem, and make refunds under section 3111 of this title. For amounts borrowed, the Secretary may issue - (1) certificates of indebtedness of the Government; and (2) Treasury bills of the Government. (b) The Secretary may prescribe conditions for issuing certificates of indebtedness and Treasury bills under section 3121 of this title and conditions under which the certificates and bills may be redeemed before maturity. Notwithstanding section 3121(a)(5) of this title, the payment date of certificates of indebtedness and Treasury bills may not be more than one year after the date of issue. (c) Treasury bills issued under this section may not be accepted before maturity to pay principal or interest on obligations of governments of foreign countries that are held by the United States Government.





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