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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter GPart 103


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER G—FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES

PART 103—LOAN GUARANTY, INSURANCE, AND INTEREST SUBSIDY

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§103.1
What does this part do?
§103.2
Who does the Program help?
§103.3
Who administers the Program?
§103.4
What kinds of loans will BIA guarantee or insure?
§103.5
What size loan will BIA guarantee or insure?
§103.6
To what extent will BIA guarantee or insure a loan?
§103.7
Must the borrower have equity in the business being financed?
§103.8
Is there any cost for a BIA guaranty or insurance coverage?
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Subpart B—HOW A LENDER OBTAINS A LOAN GUARANTY OR INSURANCE COVERAGE

§103.9
Who applies to BIA under the Program?
§103.10
What lenders are eligible under the Program?
§103.11
How does BIA approve lenders for the Program?
§103.12
How does a lender apply for a loan guaranty?
§103.13
How does a lender apply for loan insurance coverage?
§103.14
Can BIA request additional information?
§103.15
Are there any prohibited loan terms?
§103.16
How does BIA approve or reject a loan guaranty or insurance application?
§103.17
Must the lender follow any special procedures to close the loan?
§103.18
How does BIA issue a loan guaranty or confirm loan insurance?
§103.19
When must the lender pay BIA the loan guaranty or insurance premium?
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Subpart C—INTEREST SUBSIDY

§103.20
What is interest subsidy?
§103.21
Who applies for interest subsidy payments, and what is the application procedure?
§103.22
How does BIA determine the amount of interest subsidy?
§103.23
How does BIA make interest subsidy payments?
§103.24
How long will BIA make interest subsidy payments?
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Subpart D—PROVISIONS RELATING TO BORROWERS

§103.25
What kind of borrower is eligible under the Program?
§103.26
What must the borrower supply the lender in its loan application?
§103.27
Can the borrower get help preparing its loan application or putting its loan funds to use?
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Subpart E—LOAN TRANSFERS

§103.28
What if the lender transfers part of the loan to another person?
§103.29
What if the lender transfers the entire loan?
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Subpart F—LOAN SERVICING REQUIREMENTS

§103.30
What standard of care must a lender meet?
§103.31
What loan servicing requirements apply to BIA?
§103.32
What sort of loan documentation does BIA expect the lender to maintain?
§103.33
Are there reporting requirements?
§103.34
What if the lender and borrower decide to change the terms of the loan?
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Subpart G—DEFAULT AND PAYMENT BY BIA

§103.35
What must the lender do if the borrower defaults on the loan?
§103.36
What options and remedies does the lender have if the borrower defaults on the loan?
§103.37
What must the lender do to collect payment under its loan guaranty certificate or loan insurance coverage?
§103.38
Is there anything else for BIA or the lender to do after BIA makes payment?
§103.39
When will BIA refuse to pay all or part of a lender's claim?
§103.40
Will BIA make exceptions to its criteria for denying payment?
§103.41
What happens if a lender violates provisions of this part?
§103.42
How long must a lender comply with Program requirements?
§103.43
What must the lender do after repayment in full?
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Subpart H—DEFINITIONS AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§103.44
What certain terms mean in this part.
§103.45
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