Sec. 5. (1) A note of indebtedness executed under former Act No. 273 of the Public Acts
of 1978 1 shall be repaid within 25 years after issuance of the warrant. The department may provide a schedule for repayment during the 25-year period or
may use the schedule for repayment provided by the state toxic substance loan commission
under former Act No. 273 of the Public Acts of 1978. The schedule of repayment may make allowances for the financial condition of the
(2) Interest on a loan shall not be assessed for the first 5 years from the issuance
of the warrant. After the fifth year and through the tenth year, interest shall be assessed at an
annual rate of 3%. After the tenth year, interest shall be assessed at an annual rate of 2 percentage
points less than the average annual effective prime lending rate for commercial banks
as reported by the federal reserve system. However, interest shall not accumulate during the 5-year suspension of repayment
under section 6. 2
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