13 CFR 123.505 - What if you are both an essential employee and the owner of the small business and you started active duty before applying for a Military Reservist EIDL?

§ 123.505 What if you are both an essential employee and the owner of the small business and you started active duty before applying for a Military Reservist EIDL?
If you are both an essential employee and the owner of the small business and you started active duty before applying for an Military Reservist EIDL, a person who has a power of attorney with the authority to borrow and make other related commitments on your behalf, may complete and submit the EIDL loan application package for you.

Title 13 published on 2015-01-01.

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