Oregon
Rule Rule 123-630-0080
Certification


(1)

Within 15 days after having received a complete application, the department will grant or deny the application in full or in part and notify the applicant of the decision.

(2)

If the application is deemed complete, the department will certify the proposed equity investment or long-term debt security as a qualified equity investment and eligible for a tax credit under ORS 285C.650 and this rule, and subject to the limitations stated in applicable statues and these rules. The department shall provide written notice of the certification to the qualified community development entity. The notice shall include the names of those taxpayers who are eligible to utilize the credits and their respective credit amounts. If the names of the persons or entities that are eligible to utilize the credits change due to a transfer of a qualified equity investment or a change in an allocation pursuant to OAR 123-630-0020(2), the qualified community development entity shall notify the department of the change.
(3)(a) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (b) below, within 60 days after receiving notice of certification, the qualified community development entity shall issue the qualified equity investment and receive cash in the amount of the certified purchase price. The qualified community development entity must provide the department with evidence of the receipt of the cash investment within 10 business days after receipt. If the qualified community development entity does not receive the cash investment and issue the qualified equity investment on or before the 60th day following receipt of the certification notice, the certification shall lapse and the entity may not issue the qualified equity investment without reapplying to the department for certification. A certification that lapses reverts to the department and may be reissued only in accordance with the application process outlined in this section.

(b)

For a qualified equity investment described in ORS 285C.653(2), a qualified community development entity shall issue the qualified equity investment during the period beginning July 1, 2012, and ending 60 days after receiving notice of certification,If the qualified equity investment is issued prior to the submission of an application for certification under the applicable statutes and rules, the qualified community development entity must provide the department with evidence of the qualified equity investment and of receipt of the cash investment at the time of application for certification.

(4)

The department shall certify qualified equity investments in the order applications are received by the department. Applications received on the same day shall be deemed to have been received simultaneously. For applications received on the same day and deemed complete, the department shall certify, consistent with remaining tax credit capacity, qualified equity investments in proportionate percentages based upon the ratio of the amount of qualified equity investment requested in an application to the total amount of qualified equity investments requested in all applications received on the same day. Applications for certification under ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) submitted without complete project summaries commensurate with the amount of certification applied for, may be reduced at the sole discretion of the department.Applications must demonstrate the ability to identify projects described in ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2), and failure to identify projects described in ORS 285C.653(2) and OAR 123-630-0090(2) may additionally result in a reduction of the certification. If a pending request cannot be fully certified because of the limitations in the applicable statutes and 123-630-0090, the department shall certify the portion that may be certified unless the qualified community development entity elects to withdraw its request rather than receive partial credit.

(5)

If the department denies any part of the application, the notification to the applicant will include the grounds for denial. The applicant will have 15 days of receipt of the notification to provide additional information to mediate the denial. Within 15 days after the department receives any such additional information, the department will reconsider the application. If the department grants the application upon reconsideration, the approval will be effective as of the original date of submission. If the applicant fails to provide additional information within 15 days of receipt of the denial, the application remains denied.
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