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(a) If the Arkansas Development Finance Authority shall at any time determine that the moneys in the Bond Guaranty Reserve Account are not or will not be sufficient to meet the obligations of the Bond Guaranty Reserve Account, the authority is authorized to use the necessary amount of any available moneys that it may have which are not needed then or in the foreseeable future for or committed to, other authorized functions and purposes of the authority, and any such moneys so used may be reimbursed out of the Bond Guaranty Reserve Account if and when there are moneys therein available for the purposes.
(b)(1) In addition to the procedure described in subsection (a) of this section, the authority, at its discretion by a majority vote of the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, may establish a Supplemental Guaranty Reserve Account by depositing into a separate account moneys from unpledged reserves of the authority, which may include grants from any state or federal agencies, municipalities, corporations, foundations, individual donors, or authorities.
(2) However, upon determination that the Bond Guaranty Reserve Account is sufficient to honor all foreseeable obligations of the guaranty program, the authority may use the funds in the Supplemental Guaranty Reserve Account for other purposes approved by a majority vote of the board.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 15. Natural Resources and Economic Development § 15-5-414. Deficit funding - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-15-natural-resources-and-economic-development/ar-code-sect-15-5-414/
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