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(a) This part describes the Agency's servicing policies for direct loan borrowers who:
(1) Are financially distressed;
(2) Are delinquent in paying direct loans or otherwise in default;
(3) Have received unauthorized assistance;
(4) Have filed bankruptcy or are involved in other civil or criminal cases affecting the Agency; or
(5) Have loan security being liquidated voluntarily or involuntarily.
(b) The Agency services direct FLP loans under the policies contained in this part.
(1) Youth loans:
(i) May not receive Disaster Set-Aside under subpart B of this part;
(ii) Will only be considered for rescheduling according to § 766.107 and deferral according to § 766.109.
(2) The Agency does not service Non-program loans under this part except where noted.
(c) The Agency requires the borrower to make every reasonable attempt to make payments and comply with loan agreements before the Agency considers special servicing.
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§ 1989 - Rules and regulations
Title 7 published on 2015-08-22
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 7 CFR Part 766 after this date.
The Farm Service Agency (FSA) is consolidating, updating, and amending its regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, as amended (NEPA). FSA's previous NEPA regulations had been in place since 1980. Significant changes to the structure of FSA and the scope of FSA's programs require changes in FSA's NEPA regulations. The changes will also better align FSA's NEPA regulations with the President's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) NEPA regulations and meet the FSA responsibilities for periodic review of their categorical exclusions (CatExs). CatExs involve proposed actions that typically do not result in individual or cumulative significant environmental effects or impacts and therefore do not merit further environmental review in an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The additions to the existing list of CatExs improves the clarity and consistency of the regulations. This final rule also expands and clarifies the list of proposed actions that require an EA. The FSA NEPA implementing regulations also cover the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) programs that FSA administers on behalf of CCC. In addition, this rule makes conforming changes to existing references to FSA NEPA regulations in other FSA regulations. The revisions to the FSA NEPA implementing regulations are intended to improve transparency and clarity of the FSA NEPA process for FSA program participants, and to provide for a more efficient environmental review that will lead to better decisions and outcomes for stakeholders and the environment. Finally, in coordination with the Rural Housing Service, Rural Business-Cooperative Service, and Rural Utilities Service, this rule removes the old NEPA regulations.