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To be eligible for a loan,
(1) an applicant must intend to use the loan for purchase of fuel for an emergency or annual or semiannual supply, including the necessary costs of transporting the fuel;
(2) the applicant must agree to repay the loan in one year or less, according to a repayment plan determined by the authority;
(3) the amount borrowed may not exceed 90 percent of the wholesale price of the fuel purchased plus the cost of transporting the fuel;
(4) the amount of the loan, added to the amounts of all other bulk fuel loans to the same borrower in the same fiscal year, may not exceed $300,000.
History: Eff. 2/16/96, Register 137; am 3/25/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 42.45.250
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