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Chapter 215

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  215.090.  Limited dividend approved — mortgagor's earnings limited — net earnings, how computed. — With respect to an approved mortgagor which is a limited dividend corporation, the net earnings of such approved mortgagor shall be limited to an amount not to exceed a percentage per annum established by the commission of such approved mortgagor's equity in a development.  The equity in a development shall consist of the difference between the amount of the mortgage loaned and the project cost or the difference between the mortgage as reduced by payment to principal and the project cost.  The commission shall at the time of establishing such percentage consider such factors as financial risk, location of the development, proposed use of the residential facilities and management cost.  The equity in any development may be increased by the actual cost of capital improvements approved by the commission and by reduction of the mortgage in payment to principal.  Any acceleration of payment to principal shall be subject to prior approval of the commission.  With respect to every development the commission shall, pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by it, establish such approved mortgagor's initial equity at the time of making the final mortgage advance.  Such net earnings shall be computed after deducting from gross earnings the following:

  (1)  All costs and expenses of maintenance and operation;

  (2)  Amounts paid for taxes, assessments, insurance premiums and other similar charges;

  (3)  Amounts paid annually by the approved mortgagor to principal and interest on the mortgage note or notes then outstanding.  



The development plan may contain provisions, satisfactory to the commission that any surplus earnings in excess of the rate of net earnings provided in sections 215.010 to 215.250 may be held by the corporation as a reserve for maintenance of such rate of return in the future and may be used by the corporation to offset any deficiency in such rate of return which may have occurred in prior years; or may be used to accelerate the amortization payments; or for the enlargement of the project; or for reduction in rentals therein; provided, that any excess of such surplus earnings remaining at the termination of the loan shall be turned over by the corporation to the commission.


(L. 1969 H.B. 130 § 14, A.L. 1974 H.B. 1190, A.L. 1985 H.B. 484, A.L. 1989 S.B. 167)

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