SBA may enter into a Loan Guarantee Agreement with a Lender to make deferred participation (guaranteed) loans. Such an agreement does not obligate SBA to participate in any specific proposed loan that a Lender may submit. The existence of a Loan Guarantee Agreement does not limit SBA's rights to deny a specific loan or establish general policies. See also§§ 120.441(b) and 120.451(d) concerning Supplemental Guarantee Agreements.
Title 13 published on 2013-01-01
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