13 CFR 123.501 - Under what circumstances is your business eligible to be considered for a Military Reservist Economic Injury Disaster Loan?

§ 123.501 Under what circumstances is your business eligible to be considered for a Military Reservist Economic Injury Disaster Loan?
Your business is eligible to apply for a Military Reservist EIDL if:
(a) It is a small business as defined in13 CFR part 121 when the essential employee was called to active duty,
(b) The owner of the business is a military reservist and an essential employee or the business employs a military reservist who is an essential employee,
(c) The essential employee has been called-up to active military duty during a period of military conflict existing on or after March 24, 1999,
(d) The business has suffered or is likely to suffer substantial economic injury as a result of the absence of the essential employee, and
(e) You and your affiliates and principal owners (20% or more ownership interest) have used all reasonably available funds, and you are unable to obtain credit elsewhere (see§ 123.104).
[66 FR 38530, July 25, 2001, as amended at 67 FR 64519, Oct. 21, 2002]

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