13 CFR 107.240 - Limitations on including non-cash capital contributions in Private Capital.

§ 107.240 Limitations on including non-cash capital contributions in Private Capital.
Non-cash capital contributions to a Licensee or license applicant are included in Private Capital only if they fall into one of the following categories:
(a) Direct obligations of, or obligations guaranteed as to principal and interest by, the United States.
(b) Services rendered or to be rendered to you, priced at no more than their fair market value.
(c) Tangible assets used in your operations, priced at no more than their fair market value.
(d) Shares in a Disadvantaged Business received by a subsidiary Section 301(d) Licensee from its parent Licensee, valued at the lower of cost or fair value.
(e) Other non-cash assets approved by SBA.

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