2A:42-141 Preservation Loan Revolving Fund to make grants, loans to receivers.
28. a. Beginning in the fiscal year in which Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-114 et al.) becomes effective, subject to the availability of funds in the Neighborhood Preservation Nonlapsing Revolving Fund established pursuant to section 20 of P.L.1985, C. 222 (52:27D-320 “New Jersey Affordable Housing Trust Fund.”), the department may set aside from that fund a sum of up to $4 million per year to establish a Preservation Loan Revolving Fund for the purpose of making grants or loans, as the case may be, to receivers to implement plans which are consistent with rules and regulations adopted by the commissioner pursuant to section 31 of Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-142). Up to three million dollars in the first year and up to four million dollars in each year thereafter may be set aside for grants and loans to receiverS.
b. The department shall establish terms for providing loans from the Preservation Loan Revolving Fund, including below market interest rates, deferred payment schedules, and other provisions that will enable these funds to be used effectively for any of the purposes of receivership in situations where a receiver cannot borrow funds on conventional terms without imposing hardship on the tenants or potentially impairing the purposes of the receivership.
C. The department may make grants or loans, as the case may be, from the Preservation Loan Revolving Fund in connection with any property that is under receivership pursuant to Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-114 et al.) in order to further the purposes of Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-114 et al.).
d. The sum of $1 million from the first four million dollars to be deposited in the Preservation Loan Revolving Fund shall be used for the purpose of providing operating grants to nonprofit entities to enable such entities to act as receivers pursuant to the provisions of Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-114 et al.) and to further housing preservation through other activities including, but not limited to, acquisition of rental property, management of rental property, provision of technical assistance and training to property owners, and any activities that further the goal of building the capacity of nonprofit entities to act as receivers under the provisions of Phamplet Law 2003, Chapter 295 (C. 2A:42-114 et al.). In making grants under this section, the agency shall seek to assist a small number of entities that shall be geographically distributed among those areas with the greatest need to develop a high level of capacity and to benefit from economies of scale in the conduct of property management and receivership activitieS.
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