2019 Wyoming Statutes
Title 16 - City, County, State and Local Powers
Chapter 1 - Intergovernmental Cooperation
Article 1 - In General
Section 16-1-110 - Loss Reserve Account Created; Deposits; Disposition of Funds.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 16-1-110 (2019)

16-1-110. Loss reserve account created; deposits; disposition of funds.

(a) Revenues received by the state loan and investment board for deposit in the loss reserve account pursuant to W.S. 16-1-109(a) shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for deposit to the credit of the loss reserve account. Funds in the account shall be used for the purposes specified in subsection (b) of this section and to pay the administrative and legal expenses of the board in making collections and foreclosing on loans made pursuant to W.S. 16-1-109. If at the end of any fiscal year, the amount in the loss reserve account exceeds five percent (5%) of the total amount of permanent funds invested by the state in loans pursuant to W.S. 16-1-109, the amount in excess of the five percent (5%) shall be transferred and credited to the general fund.

(b) If, as a result of default in the payment of any loan made pursuant to W.S. 16-1-109, there occurs a nonrecoverable loss either to the corpus of, or interest due to, any permanent fund of the state, the state loan and investment board shall restore the loss to the permanent fund account entitled thereto using any funds available in the loss reserve account created by subsection (a) of this section. If the funds in the loss reserve account are insufficient to restore the full amount of the loss, the board shall submit a detailed report of the loss to the legislature and shall request an appropriation to restore the balance of the loss to the permanent fund account entitled thereto.

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