13 CFR 123.704 - Are there restrictions on how IDAP loan funds may be used?

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§ 123.704 Are there restrictions on how IDAP loan funds may be used?
(a) IDAP loan proceeds may only be used for the following purposes:
(1) For a Major Disaster Declaration:
(i) If the IDAP Borrower is located in a Primary County, to restore or replace the IDAP Borrower's real or business personal property to its condition before the Declared Disaster occurred and/or for working capital necessary to carry the IDAP Borrower until resumption of normal operations and for expenditures necessary to alleviate the specific economic injury, but not to exceed that which the IDAP Borrower could have provided had the injury not occurred; or
(ii) If the IDAP Borrower is located in a Contiguous County, for working capital necessary to carry the IDAP Borrower until resumption of normal operations and for expenditures necessary to alleviate the specific economic injury, but not to exceed that which the IDAP Borrower could have provided had the injury not occurred.
(2) For an SBA Administrative Disaster Declaration, if the IDAP Borrower is located in either a Primary County or a Contiguous County, to restore or replace the IDAP Borrower's real or business personal property to its condition before the Declared Disaster occurred and/or for working capital necessary to carry the IDAP Borrower until resumption of normal operations and for expenditures necessary to alleviate the specific economic injury, but not to exceed that which the IDAP Borrower could have provided had the injury not occurred.
(3) For an SBA EIDL-Only Disaster Declaration, if the IDAP Borrower is located in either a Primary County or a Contiguous County, for working capital necessary to carry the IDAP Borrower until resumption of normal operations and for expenditures necessary to alleviate the specific economic injury, but not to exceed that which the IDAP Borrower could have provided had the injury not occurred.
(b) IDAP loan proceeds may not be used to:
(1) Refinance or repay indebtedness incurred prior to the Declared Disaster (other than regularly due installments);
(2) Make payments on loans owned by another federal agency (including SBA) or a Small Business Investment Company licensed under the Small Business Investment Act;
(3) Pay, directly or indirectly, any obligations resulting from a federal, state or local tax penalty as a result of negligence or fraud, or any non-tax criminal fine, civil fine, or penalty for non-compliance with a law, regulation, or order of a federal, state, regional, or local agency or similar matter;
(4) Pay dividends, bonuses or other disbursements to owners, partners, officers or stockholders, except for reasonable remuneration directly related to their performance of services for the business;
(5) Make repairs on a building rented by the IDAP Borrower if the IDAP Borrower's lease does not require the IDAP Borrower to make such repairs;
(6) Make repairs to a condominium unit owned by the IDAP Borrower;
(7) Replace landscaping in excess of $5,000 unless the disaster damaged landscaping fulfilled a functional need or contributed toward the generation of business;
(8) Repair or replace property not located within the Declared Disaster Area at the time of the Declared Disaster;
(9) Repay stockholder/Associate loans, except where the funds were injected on an interim basis as a result of the Declared Disaster and non-repayment would cause undue hardship to the stockholder/Associate;
(10) Expand facilities or acquire fixed assets, except for replacement of disaster-damaged fixed assets;
(11) Pay for contractor malfeasance;
(12) Replace damaged property that consists of cash or securities;
(13) Replace damaged property if the replacement value is extraordinarily high and not easily verified, such as the value of antiques, artworks or hobby collections; or
(14) Repair or replace damaged property where the IDAP Borrower's only interest is in the form of a security interest, mortgage or deed of trust.

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  • 2014-04-25; vol. 79 # 80 - Friday, April 25, 2014
    1. 79 FR 22859 - Disaster Assistance Loan Program; Disaster Loan Credit and Collateral Requirements.
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      Interim Final Rule with request for comments.
      Effective date: April 25, 2014. Applicability date: This rule is applicable for disasters declared on or after April 25, 2014. Comment date: Comments must be received on or before June 23, 2014.
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Title 13 published on 2014-01-01

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 13 CFR 123 after this date.

  • 2014-04-25; vol. 79 # 80 - Friday, April 25, 2014
    1. 79 FR 22859 - Disaster Assistance Loan Program; Disaster Loan Credit and Collateral Requirements.
      GPO FDSys XML | Text
      SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
      Interim Final Rule with request for comments.
      Effective date: April 25, 2014. Applicability date: This rule is applicable for disasters declared on or after April 25, 2014. Comment date: Comments must be received on or before June 23, 2014.
      13 CFR Part 123