Non-Recourse Finance

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Non-Recourse Finance

A loan secured by the revenue of the project the loan intends to fund, and nothing else. That is, non-recourse finance does not allow the bank or other lending institution access to the borrower's other assets in the event of default. This is a relatively high-risk form of financing; projects that utilize non-recourse finance generally have uncertain revenue streams and long loan periods.
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Chicago Loan Co writes nonrecourse loans from its secure upper story office in downtown's Jewelers Row.
Plaintiffs who take out nonrecourse loans may obtain considerably lower proceeds from the lawsuit because of the high interest and fees.
They can be term loans for as long as 10 years, structured as interest only; partially amortizing or fully amortizing facilities; lines of credit to fund short-term cash needs; revolving-credit facilities to fund recurring cash needs; recourse loans; or nonrecourse loans.
Among the tactics they used were the issuance of nonrecourse loans, which replaced borrowers of record for severely delinquent loans with alternative borrowers who in general were already in default on multiple other loans with the bank.
The government will also require banks to increase capital buffers taking into consideration their household debt levels, will introduce nonrecourse loans as a pilot program and regularly monitor the household debt situation, in order to continue to improve the soundness of household debt.
The bill identified sugar as a protected commodity and gave the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) the authority to purchase sugar and issue nonrecourse loans to keep domestic prices above world prices.
Permanent law provides mandatory support for basic crops through nonrecourse loans.
mainly nonrecourse loans (NRL) -- which accounts for approximately 20% of
Ms Blackwell believes nonrecourse loans are just one of the measures to be considered.
108(a)(1)(E) of a borrower's default and/or indebtedness discharge on recourse versus nonrecourse loans on principal residences.
While a shareholder's at-risk amount often parallels basis in stock and loans, there are important differences under the at-risk rules involving nonrecourse loans and amounts borrowed from other "non-creditors" to the activity The at-risk limitations must be computed as of the end of the S corporation's year for each activity conducted by the S corporation, taking into account situations where activities are aggregated.
In this context, nonrecourse loans do not create taxable discharge of indebtedness income to the borrower.