2017 Missouri Revised Statutes
Chapter 348 Authorities and Corporations for Economic and Technological Development — Small Businesses
Section 348.406 Certificates of guaranty — fee — limitations.

Universal Citation: MO Rev Stat § 348.406 (2017)

Effective 28 Aug 2004


Chapter 348

348.406. Certificates of guaranty — fee — limitations. — 1. The authority, upon application, may issue certificates of guaranty covering a first loss guarantee up to but not more than fifty percent of the loan on a declining principal basis for loans to eligible borrowers, executing a note or other evidence of a loan made for the purpose of an agricultural business development loan, but not to exceed the amount of two hundred fifty thousand dollars for any eligible borrower and to pay from the fund to an eligible lender up to fifty percent of the amount on a declining principal basis of any loss on any guaranteed loan made pursuant to the provisions of sections 348.400 to 348.415, in the event of default on the loan. Upon payment on the guarantee, the authority shall be subrogated to all the rights of the eligible lender.

2. The authority shall charge for each guaranteed loan a one-time participation fee of one percent which shall be collected by the eligible lender at the time of closing and paid to the authority. In addition, the authority may charge a special loan guarantee fee of up to one percent per annum of the outstanding principal which shall be collected from the eligible borrower by the eligible lender and paid to the authority.

3. All moneys paid to satisfy a defaulted guaranteed loan shall only be paid out of the fund.

4. The total outstanding guaranteed loans shall at no time exceed an amount which, according to sound actuarial judgment, would allow immediate redemption of twenty percent of the outstanding loans guaranteed by the fund at any one time.

(L. 1997 H.B. 557, A.L. 1999 H.B. 888, A.L. 2004 S.B. 740, et al.)

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