1-33B-21. Foreclosure to protect loans. The Governor's Office of Economic Development may take title by foreclosure to any property given as security if such acquisition is necessary to protect any loan made under this chapter, and may sell, transfer, or convey any such property to any responsible buyer. If such sale, transfer, or conveyance cannot be effected with reasonable promptness, the office may, in order to minimize financial loss, and sustain employment, lease such property to a responsible tenant or tenants.
Source: SL 1991, ch 16, § 9; SL 1994, ch 410 (Ex. Ord. 93-9), § 17.
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