Oregon
Rule Rule 123-018-0120
Available Collateral, Guarantees and Other Security Not Realized


(1)

After the Department has received a request to pay a Loss claim to the Participating Financial Institution from the Loss Reserve Account, as described in OAR 123-018-0100, and if requested by the Department, the Participating Financial Institution shall promptly provide the Department with all available information, including but not limited to, copies of documents related to all pledges or security against the Enrolled Loan, or payment of principle or interest thereon. Such pledges or security include, but are not limited to:

(a)

Collateral, such as real estate, bonds and personal property assets;

(b)

Duly recorded and perfected liens, certificates of title, deeds, UCC information and other documents representing security related to the collateral or other sources of payment; and

(c)

Guarantees (personal or otherwise), warranties, insurance, letters of credit and other instruments from the Borrower, or a third party, supporting the Qualified Loan.

(2)

When a Participating Financial Institution furnishes information pursuant to section (1), it shall identify:

(a)

Whether the pledges or security remain outstanding or available for potential collection;

(b)

If the pledges or security has been liquidated or realized to recover some or all of the Loss;

(c)

Any reason that the pledges or security is otherwise forfeit, worthless or undiscoverable; or

(d)

The extent to which the lender has attempted to exercise its right to recover its Loss through that source.
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