U.S. Code of Federal Regulations

Regulations most recently checked for updates: Feb 06, 2023

§ 4290.1910 - Non-waiver of rights or terms of Leverage security.

The Agency's failure to exercise or delay in exercising any right or remedy under the Act or the regulations in this part does not constitute a waiver of such right or remedy. The Agency's failure to require you to perform any term or provision of your Leverage does not affect the Agency's right to enforce such term or provision. Similarly, the Agency's waiver of, or failure to enforce, any term or provision of your Leverage or of any event or condition set forth in § 4290.1810 does not constitute a waiver of any succeeding breach of such term or provision or condition.

§ 4290.1920 - RBIC's application for exemption from a regulation in this part 4290.

(a) General. You may file an application in writing with the Agency to have a proposed action exempted from any procedural or substantive requirement, restriction, or prohibition to which it is subject under this part, unless the provision is mandated by the Act. The Agency may grant an exemption for such applicant, conditionally or unconditionally, provided the exemption would not be contrary to the purposes of the Act.

(b) Contents of application. Your application must be accompanied by supporting evidence that demonstrates to the Agency's satisfaction that:

(1) The proposed action is fair and equitable; and

(2) The exemption requested is reasonably calculated to advance the best interests of the RBIC program in a manner consistent with the policy objectives of the Act and the regulations in this part.

§ 4290.1930 - Effect of changes in this part 4290 on transactions previously consummated.

The legality of a transaction covered by the regulations in this part is governed by the regulations in this part in effect at the time the transaction was consummated, regardless of later changes. Nothing in this part bars enforcement action with respect to any transaction consummated in violation of provisions applicable at the time, but no longer in effect.

§ 4290.1940 - Integration of this part with other regulations applicable to USDA's programs.

(a) Intergovernmental review. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with 2 CFR part 415, subpart C, “Intergovernmental Review of Department of Agriculture Programs and Activities.” The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45.

(b) National flood insurance. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with subpart B of 7 CFR part 1806. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45 of this part.

(c) Clean Air Act and Water Pollution Control Act requirements. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with the requirements of the Clean Air Act, section 306; the Clean Water Act, section 508; Executive Order 11738; and 40 CFR part 32. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45 of this part.

(d) Historic preservation requirements. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with subpart F of 7 CFR part 1901. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45 of this part.

(e) Lead-based paint requirements. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with subpart A of 7 CFR part 1924. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45 of this part.

(f) Conflict of interest. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with 2 CFR 400.2, subpart D of 7 CFR part 1900, and RD Instruction 2045-BB. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45.

(g) Civil rights impact analysis. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with RD Instruction 2006-P, “Civil Rights Impact Analysis.” The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45 of this part.

(h) Environmental requirements. To the extent applicable to this part, the Agency will comply with 7 CFR part 1970. The Agency has not delegated this responsibility to SBA pursuant to § 4290.45.

(i) Appeals to the National Appeals Division for review of adverse decisions. Applicants and RBICs have the right to request review by the National Appeals Division within the USDA of adverse decisions, as defined in 7 CFR 11.1, pursuant to 7 CFR part 11.

[69 FR 32204, June 8, 2004, as amended at 79 FR 76019, Dec. 19, 2014; 81 FR 11053, Mar. 2, 2016]