(a)Associated person of an individual or entity means:
(1) With respect to an individual:
(i) The individual's spouse or dependent child or any member of his or her immediate household;
(ii) A partnership of which the individual is or was a general or limited partner; or
(iii) A corporation of which the individual is or was an officer or director;
(2) With respect to a partnership, a managing or general partner of the partnership; or
(3) With respect to any entity, an individual or entity who, acting individually or in concert with one or more individuals or entities, owns or controls 25 percent or more of the entity.
(b)Default means any failure to comply with the terms of an obligation to such an extent that:
(1) A judgment has been rendered in favor of the FDIC or a failed institution; or
(2) In the case of a secured obligation, the property securing such obligation is foreclosed on.
(c)FDIC means the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
(d)Failed institution means any bank or savings association that has been under the conservatorship or receivership of the FDIC or RTC. For the purpose of this part, “failed institution” includes any entity owned and controlled by a failed institution.
(e)Obligation means any debt or duty to pay money owed to the FDIC or a failed institution, including any guarantee of any such debt or duty.
(f)Person means an individual, or an entity with a legally independent existence, including: a trustee; the beneficiary of at least a 25 percent share of the proceeds of a trust; a partnership; a corporation; an association; or other organization or society.
(g)RTC means the former Resolution Trust Corporation.
(h)Substantial loss means:
(1) An obligation that is delinquent for ninety (90) or more days and on which there remains an outstanding balance of more than $50,000;
(2) An unpaid final judgment in excess of $50,000 regardless of whether it becomes forgiven in whole or in part in a bankruptcy proceeding;
(3) A deficiency balance following a foreclosure of collateral in excess of $50,000, regardless of whether it becomes forgiven in whole or in part in a bankruptcy proceeding;
(4) Any loss in excess of $50,000 evidenced by an IRS Form 1099-C (Information Reporting for Discharge of Indebtedness).
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