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1. The industrial commission may adopt rules relating to the maximum rate of interest charged on the portion of the operating loan retained by a participating financial institution.
2. All participation interests purchased are subject to the review and approval of the Bank.
(a) This subchapter is intended to supplement all constitutional provisions and other acts adopted for the acquiring, constructing, and equipping of capital improvements of a public nature and the issuance of bonds for the financing of capital improvements of a public nature.
(b) When applicable, in accordance with the provisions of this subchapter, this subchapter may be used by any city as an alternative, notwithstanding and without the necessity of compliance with any constitutional provision or any other act authorizing the city, or any commission or agency of the city, to issue bonds for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction, and equipment of capital improvements of a public nature.
(c)(1) This subchapter is intended to supplement and be levying authority for all Arkansas municipalities in addition to all other statutes authorizing municipal sales and use taxes.
(2) Collections of a tax levied by this subchapter may be used to secure the payment of bonds or for any purpose for which the municipality's general fund may be used or for a combination thereof.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 6. Banks and Banking § 6-09.9-04. Participation loans by private financial institutions - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-6-banks-and-banking/nd-cent-code-sect-6-09-9-04/
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