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Statutes > Alaska > Title-30 > Chapter-30-17 > Article-03 > Sec-30-17-280

(a) The enterprise development account is established in the authority. The enterprise development account is a trust fund for the uses and purposes of this chapter. The enterprise development account consists of money or assets appropriated or transferred to the authority and other money or assets deposited in it by the authority.

(b) The authority may establish in the enterprise development account the accounts it considers appropriate.

(c) Money and other assets of the enterprise development account may be used to secure bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase of loans for projects or may be used to purchase participation in the loans for projects.

(d) A loan participation purchased by the authority with assets of the enterprise development account or with proceeds of bonds secured by assets of the enterprise development account

(1) may not be purchased unless

(A) the project applicant is not, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant are not, in default on another loan made by the state or by a public corporation of the state;

(B) the project applicant has, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant have, paid all taxes due to the state, has satisfied financial requirements for state tax cases that are under appeal, and is current on all payment schedules relating to state taxes or settlement of tax disputes with the state; and

(C) at least 20 percent of the principal amount of the loan is retained by the loan originator;

(2) may not be purchased if the loan to be purchased exceeds the cost of the project or 75 percent of the appraised value of the project, whichever is less, unless the amount of the loan in excess of this limit is federally insured or guaranteed or is insured by a qualified mortgage insurance company;

(3) may not be purchased if the participation in the loan to be purchased is for a term longer than three-quarters of the authority's estimate of the life of the project or 25 years from the date the loan is made, whichever is earlier; however, in the case of a loan participation for a power transmission intertie, the term may not be longer than 50 years from the date the loan is made;

(4) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased contains amortization provisions; the amortization provisions

(A) must be complete and satisfactory to the authority and require periodic payments by the borrower;

(B) may allow the loan originator to amortize the portion of the loan retained by the loan originator using a shorter amortization schedule than the amortization schedule for the portion of the loan held by the authority if

(i) in the authority's opinion, the project financed can support the increased debt service; and

(ii) the accelerated amortization schedule is required to induce the originator to make the loan;

(5) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is in the form and contains the terms and provisions with respect to insurance, repairs, alterations, payment of taxes and assessments, default reserves, delinquency charges, default remedies, acceleration of maturity, secondary liens, and other matters the authority prescribes; and

(6) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is secured as to repayment by a mortgage or other security instrument in the manner the authority determines is feasible to assure timely repayment under a loan agreement entered into with the borrower.

(e) The authority may adopt regulations for the administration of the enterprise development account including provisions for fees and agreements relating to application, loan commitment, servicing, and origination of loans by other lenders.

(f) The authority may enter into agreements as to the use of the money in the enterprise development account including trust or custody arrangements with banks or trust companies. It may also pledge, assign, or grant the agreement, interests under an agreement, or interests in the enterprise development account as may be necessary or appropriate to provide for payment and security for bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase by the authority of loans for projects.

(g) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the authority may waive or modify the requirements of this section as it considers appropriate and prudent in order to finance a project if the authority intends to own the project or in order to finance a power transmission intertie project.

(h) The provisions of this section apply only with respect to a loan participation purchased by the authority for projects under this chapter.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alaska > Title-30 > Chapter-30-17 > Article-03 > Sec-30-17-280

(a) The enterprise development account is established in the authority. The enterprise development account is a trust fund for the uses and purposes of this chapter. The enterprise development account consists of money or assets appropriated or transferred to the authority and other money or assets deposited in it by the authority.

(b) The authority may establish in the enterprise development account the accounts it considers appropriate.

(c) Money and other assets of the enterprise development account may be used to secure bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase of loans for projects or may be used to purchase participation in the loans for projects.

(d) A loan participation purchased by the authority with assets of the enterprise development account or with proceeds of bonds secured by assets of the enterprise development account

(1) may not be purchased unless

(A) the project applicant is not, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant are not, in default on another loan made by the state or by a public corporation of the state;

(B) the project applicant has, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant have, paid all taxes due to the state, has satisfied financial requirements for state tax cases that are under appeal, and is current on all payment schedules relating to state taxes or settlement of tax disputes with the state; and

(C) at least 20 percent of the principal amount of the loan is retained by the loan originator;

(2) may not be purchased if the loan to be purchased exceeds the cost of the project or 75 percent of the appraised value of the project, whichever is less, unless the amount of the loan in excess of this limit is federally insured or guaranteed or is insured by a qualified mortgage insurance company;

(3) may not be purchased if the participation in the loan to be purchased is for a term longer than three-quarters of the authority's estimate of the life of the project or 25 years from the date the loan is made, whichever is earlier; however, in the case of a loan participation for a power transmission intertie, the term may not be longer than 50 years from the date the loan is made;

(4) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased contains amortization provisions; the amortization provisions

(A) must be complete and satisfactory to the authority and require periodic payments by the borrower;

(B) may allow the loan originator to amortize the portion of the loan retained by the loan originator using a shorter amortization schedule than the amortization schedule for the portion of the loan held by the authority if

(i) in the authority's opinion, the project financed can support the increased debt service; and

(ii) the accelerated amortization schedule is required to induce the originator to make the loan;

(5) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is in the form and contains the terms and provisions with respect to insurance, repairs, alterations, payment of taxes and assessments, default reserves, delinquency charges, default remedies, acceleration of maturity, secondary liens, and other matters the authority prescribes; and

(6) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is secured as to repayment by a mortgage or other security instrument in the manner the authority determines is feasible to assure timely repayment under a loan agreement entered into with the borrower.

(e) The authority may adopt regulations for the administration of the enterprise development account including provisions for fees and agreements relating to application, loan commitment, servicing, and origination of loans by other lenders.

(f) The authority may enter into agreements as to the use of the money in the enterprise development account including trust or custody arrangements with banks or trust companies. It may also pledge, assign, or grant the agreement, interests under an agreement, or interests in the enterprise development account as may be necessary or appropriate to provide for payment and security for bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase by the authority of loans for projects.

(g) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the authority may waive or modify the requirements of this section as it considers appropriate and prudent in order to finance a project if the authority intends to own the project or in order to finance a power transmission intertie project.

(h) The provisions of this section apply only with respect to a loan participation purchased by the authority for projects under this chapter.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alaska > Title-30 > Chapter-30-17 > Article-03 > Sec-30-17-280

(a) The enterprise development account is established in the authority. The enterprise development account is a trust fund for the uses and purposes of this chapter. The enterprise development account consists of money or assets appropriated or transferred to the authority and other money or assets deposited in it by the authority.

(b) The authority may establish in the enterprise development account the accounts it considers appropriate.

(c) Money and other assets of the enterprise development account may be used to secure bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase of loans for projects or may be used to purchase participation in the loans for projects.

(d) A loan participation purchased by the authority with assets of the enterprise development account or with proceeds of bonds secured by assets of the enterprise development account

(1) may not be purchased unless

(A) the project applicant is not, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant are not, in default on another loan made by the state or by a public corporation of the state;

(B) the project applicant has, or, if the applicant is not a single proprietorship, all members of the business enterprise or enterprises constituting the project applicant have, paid all taxes due to the state, has satisfied financial requirements for state tax cases that are under appeal, and is current on all payment schedules relating to state taxes or settlement of tax disputes with the state; and

(C) at least 20 percent of the principal amount of the loan is retained by the loan originator;

(2) may not be purchased if the loan to be purchased exceeds the cost of the project or 75 percent of the appraised value of the project, whichever is less, unless the amount of the loan in excess of this limit is federally insured or guaranteed or is insured by a qualified mortgage insurance company;

(3) may not be purchased if the participation in the loan to be purchased is for a term longer than three-quarters of the authority's estimate of the life of the project or 25 years from the date the loan is made, whichever is earlier; however, in the case of a loan participation for a power transmission intertie, the term may not be longer than 50 years from the date the loan is made;

(4) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased contains amortization provisions; the amortization provisions

(A) must be complete and satisfactory to the authority and require periodic payments by the borrower;

(B) may allow the loan originator to amortize the portion of the loan retained by the loan originator using a shorter amortization schedule than the amortization schedule for the portion of the loan held by the authority if

(i) in the authority's opinion, the project financed can support the increased debt service; and

(ii) the accelerated amortization schedule is required to induce the originator to make the loan;

(5) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is in the form and contains the terms and provisions with respect to insurance, repairs, alterations, payment of taxes and assessments, default reserves, delinquency charges, default remedies, acceleration of maturity, secondary liens, and other matters the authority prescribes; and

(6) may be made only if the participation in the loan to be purchased is secured as to repayment by a mortgage or other security instrument in the manner the authority determines is feasible to assure timely repayment under a loan agreement entered into with the borrower.

(e) The authority may adopt regulations for the administration of the enterprise development account including provisions for fees and agreements relating to application, loan commitment, servicing, and origination of loans by other lenders.

(f) The authority may enter into agreements as to the use of the money in the enterprise development account including trust or custody arrangements with banks or trust companies. It may also pledge, assign, or grant the agreement, interests under an agreement, or interests in the enterprise development account as may be necessary or appropriate to provide for payment and security for bonds of the authority issued to finance the purchase by the authority of loans for projects.

(g) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the authority may waive or modify the requirements of this section as it considers appropriate and prudent in order to finance a project if the authority intends to own the project or in order to finance a power transmission intertie project.

(h) The provisions of this section apply only with respect to a loan participation purchased by the authority for projects under this chapter.

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