extraordinary circumstances

(3) Extraordinary circumstances (A) In general In paragraph (2), the term “extraordinary circumstances” means an event (or events) that is outside of the control of the eligible entity that has prevented the eligible entity from fulfilling the objectives described by such entity in the application submitted under subsection (b)(2). (B) Examples Extraordinary circumstances include— (i) natural disasters or other major disruptions to the security or health of the community or geographic area served by the eligible entity; or (ii) a significant economic deterioration in the community or geographic area served by such eligible entity, that directly and adversely affects the entity receiving an award under subsection (a).


42 USC § 256(c)(3)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (subpart v) of this section.
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