BRADENTON, Fla. — Miami-Dade County’s sale of $440 million of revenue bonds for the Florida Marlins’ Major League Baseball stadium has been delayed just over a week because two local residents filed for an emergency injunction to stop the financing, and a last-minute technical issue required a change in bond documents.

The county had planned to sell about $340 million of bonds this week, while a $100 million variable-rate component was scheduled for an initial rate setting on July 13. It is now expected that $340 million of the bonds will be sold June 29-30, while the variable-rate piece remains on track for pricing July 13. The entire deal is expected to close July 14.

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