CHICAGO -- Detroit officials say they will proceed with a $165 million refinancing troubled by a legal dispute over the effective date of a bill that allowed the deal.

J. Edward Hannan, Detroit's assistant bond accountant, said yesterday that a syndicate led by PaineWebber Inc. will probably price the issue early next week. The refunding involves revenue bonds sold to finance the city's convention center.

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