OAR 123-018-0160
Termination of and Withdrawal from Program


The Department may terminate enrollment of Qualified Loans under the Program for a Participating Financial Institution on the date specified in the Department’s notice of termination to the Participating Financial Institution, or for all Participating Financial Institutions under the Program upon 90 days notice, or such earlier date should the balance in the Fund reach zero, or should the Department anticipate that the balance in the Fund will reach zero. Termination shall not apply to any Qualified Loans made before the date of termination.


Should a Loss Reserve Account have a zero balance, the Department may terminate the Agreement at its sole discretion.


A Participating Financial Institution may withdraw from the Program after giving written notice to the Department. After receipt of this notice, the Department shall determine when to withdraw any remaining balance in the Participating Financial Institution’s Loss Reserve Account.


If a Participating Financial Institution is closed or taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), with or without an Order to Cease and Desist issued by the FDIC and the Oregon Division of Finance and Corporate Securities, the Department shall terminate the failed Participating Financial Institution’s membership in the Program and all funds in the Loss Reserve Account shall be transferred to the Department. This provision shall apply whether or not a new financial institution purchases some or all of the loans of the failed Participating Financial Institution.

Source: Rule 123-018-0160 — Termination of and Withdrawal from Program, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=123-018-0160.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 123-018-0160’s source at or​.us