Code of Federal Regulations Title 7. Agriculture § 7.1744.203 Establishing amount of rural development investment
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For purposes of determining whether a rural development investment is within the limits of the borrower's maximum investment ratio or the minimum total assets ratio, the amount of the qualified investment shall be the total amount of funds committed to the rural development project as of the date of determination. The total amount of funds committed to the rural development project includes:
(a) The principal amount of loans and advances made by the borrower;
(b) Guarantees made by the borrower; and
(c) A reasonable estimate of the amount the borrower is committed to provide to the rural development project in future years.
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