Conn. Agencies Regs. § 32-23o-3 - Loans

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The loan may be secured or unsecured as the authority or the committee of the authority determines to be appropriate in the particular circumstances. If the loan is to be secured, the authority or said committee of the authority may require the borrower to provide the department as security any or all of the following: real property, accounts, chattel paper, documents, instruments, general intangibles, goods, equipment, inventory or other personal property, and may further require the borrower to have executed and delivered to the department security agreements, financing statements, mortgages, pledges, assignments, subordinations, guarantees or other documents or evidences of security as and in the form required by the authority or said committee of the authority.
(b) The term of a working capital loan shall not exceed twelve months from the date or the first disbursement and the term of an extension of credit on a line of credit shall not exceed twelve months from the date on which the proceeds were disbursed.
(c) No loan shall exceed $200,000.00 and if the loan is to be secured, the amount of the loan shall not exceed the value of the security provided pursuant to section 32-23o-3(a) of these regulations.
(d) The loan shall be repaid on an amortized schedule of periodic payments or upon such other periodic method of payment of principal and interest as the authority or the committee of the authority considers necessary and appropriate in the particular circumstances, but in no event shall the periodic payments be scheduled to exceed twelve months from the relevant date of disbursement referred to in section 32-23o-3(b) of these regulations.
(e) Disbursement of the loan shall be made at the discretion of the commissioner in accordance with the provisions of the loan agreement and the instructions of the authority.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 32-23o-3
Effective November 6, 1980

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