CHICAGO - State courts increasingly are ruling against creative tax-exempt financing techniques that are designed to help issuers avoid state constitutional debt restrictions, a law professor told bond lawyers meeting here yesterday.

"The lesson of the recent cases is that things are getting tougher for creative financings," Clayton P. Gillette, a faculty member of the University of Virginia School of Law, said in a keynote speech at a National Association of Bond Lawyers meeting.

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