1-16G-1.2. Foreclosure as means of protecting loan--Sale, transfer, or conveyance of property. The Board of Economic Development may take title by foreclosure to any property given as security if the acquisition is necessary to protect any loan made under this chapter, and may sell, transfer, or convey any such property to any responsible buyer. Any sale of property hereunder shall be performed in a commercially reasonable manner. If the sale, transfer, or conveyance cannot be effected with reasonable promptness, the board may, in order to prevent financial loss and sustain employment, lease the property to a responsible tenant or tenants.
All sale proceeds or lease payments received by the board pursuant to this section shall be deposited in the fund from which the original loan was made.
Source: SL 1997, ch 7, § 2.