13 CFR 123.6 - What does SBA look for when considering a disaster loan applicant?

§ 123.6 What does SBA look for when considering a disaster loan applicant?
There must be reasonable assurance that you can repay your loan out of your personal or business cash flow, and you must have satisfactory credit and character. SBA will not make a loan to you if repayment depends upon the sale of collateral through foreclosure or any other disposition of assets owned by you. SBA is prohibited by statute from making a loan to you if you are engaged in the production or distribution of any product or service that has been determined to be obscene by a court.

Title 13 published on 2014-01-01

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