§ 123.702What are the eligibility requirements for an IDAP loan?
(a)Eligible IDAP applicants. To be eligible for an IDAP loan, an applicant business must meet all of the requirements set forth below. The applicant business must:
(1) Be located within a Declared Disaster Area;
(2) Have eligible disaster losses as follows:
(i) For a Major Disaster Declaration, if located in a Primary County, have sustained damage to real or business personal property in the Declared Disaster or, if located in a Primary or Contiguous County, have sustained Substantial Economic Injury as a direct result of the Declared Disaster; or
(ii) For an SBA Administrative Disaster Declaration, have sustained damage to real or business personal property in the Declared Disaster or sustained Substantial Economic Injury as a direct result of the Declared Disaster; or
(iii) For an SBA EIDL-Only Disaster Declaration, have sustained Substantial Economic Injury as a direct result of the Declared Disaster;
(3) Have been a small business concern under the size requirements applicable to disaster loan assistance under part 121 of this chapter (including affiliates) when the Declared Disaster commenced;
(4) Together with affiliates and principal owners, not have Credit Elsewhere;
(5) Apply to SBA for a Disaster Loan within the applicable deadline and before any disbursement of the IDAP loan; and
(6) Be creditworthy and demonstrate reasonable assurance of repayment of the IDAP loan.
(b)Ineligible IDAP applicants. An applicant business is not eligible for an IDAP loan if it is:
(1) A non-profit or charitable concern;
(2) A business that was not a small business concern under the size requirements of part 121 of this chapter (including affiliates) when the Declared Disaster commenced;
(3) A consumer or marketing cooperative;
(4) Deriving more than one-third of gross annual revenue from legal gambling activities or a business whose purpose for being is gambling regardless of its ability to meet the one-third criteria established for otherwise eligible concerns;
(5) A loan packager which earns more than one-third of its gross annual revenue from packaging SBA loans;
(6) Principally engaged in teaching, instructing, counseling, or indoctrinating religion or religious beliefs, whether in a religious or secular setting;
(7) Primarily engaged in political or lobbying activities;
(8) A private club or business that limits the number of memberships for reasons other than capacity;
(9) Presents live performances of a prurient sexual nature or derives directly or indirectly more than de minimis gross revenue through the sale of products or services, or the presentation of any depictions or displays, of a prurient sexual nature;
(10) Engaged in the production or distribution of any product or service that has been determined to be obscene by a court;
(11) Engaged in any illegal activity;
(12) A government owned entity (except for a business owned or controlled by a Native American tribe);
(13) A business in which the IDAP Lender or any of its Associates (as defined in § 120.10) owns an equity interest;
(14) Primarily engaged in subdividing real property into lots and developing it for resale on its own account;
(15) Engaged in lending, multi-level sales distribution, speculation, or investment (except for real estate investment with property held for rental when the Declared Disaster occurred);
(16) Delinquent on any Federal obligation, including but not limited to any Federal loans, contracts, grants, student loans or taxes, or has a judgment lien for a Federal debt against its property;
(17) Located in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA), as designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and has not maintained required flood insurance on its business property (regardless of the type of disaster);
(18) Located in a SFHA within a non-participating community or a community under sanction;
(19) Located in a building that was newly constructed or substantially improved on or after February 9, 1989, and is currently located seaward of mean high tide or entirely in or over water;
(20) Located in a Coastal Barrier Resource Area (COBRA);
(21) A business that had a substantial change of ownership (more than 50 percent) after the Declared Disaster and no contract of sale existed prior to that time;
(22) A business that was established after the Declared Disaster;
(23) Relocating out of the Declared Disaster Area;
(24) Primarily engaged in the production of food and fiber, ranching and raising of livestock, aquaculture and all other farming and agriculture-related industries (except for a nursery deriving less than 50 percent of annual receipts from the production and sale of ornamental plants and other nursery products, a small agricultural cooperative or a small producer cooperative); or
(25) A sole proprietorship, unincorporated association, partnership or limited liability company in which a Member of Congress (or a household member) has an ownership interest.
(c)Character requirements. An applicant business is not eligible for an IDAP loan if any Associate (as defined in § 120.10) of the applicant business:
(1) Is presently under indictment, on parole or probation;
(2) Has ever been charged with, arrested for, convicted, placed on pretrial diversion, and/or placed on any form of probation (including adjudication withheld pending probation) for any criminal offense other than a minor motor vehicle violation (including offenses which have been dismissed, discharged, or not prosecuted);
(3) Is at least a 50 percent or more owner of applicant business, and is more than 60 days delinquent on any obligation to pay child support arising under an administrative order, court order, repayment agreement between the holder and a custodial parent, or repayment agreement between the holder and a state agency providing child support enforcement services;
(4) Is an undocumented (illegal) alien; or
(5) Is delinquent on any Federal obligation, including but not limited to any Federal loans, contracts, grants, student loans or taxes.
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