H.R. 2600, the Business, Commercial, and Community Development Secondary Market Development Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Economic Growth and Credit Formation of the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, First Session, September 23, 1993, Volume 4

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Page 351 - ... controls or has the power to control both. In determining whether concerns are independently owned and operated and whether or not affiliation exists, consideration shall be given to all appropriate factors, including common ownership, common management, and contractual relationships...
Page 402 - Administration may determine to be necessary or appropriate — (A) to assist any public or private organization — (i) which is organized under the laws of the United States or of any State, operated in the interest of handicapped individuals, the net income of which...
Page 351 - Alaska Regional or Village Corporations organized pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 USC 1601, et seq.) are not considered affiliates of such investment companies, development companies, tribes or Alaska Regional or Village Corporations.
Page 396 - ... of law. (2) A person claiming that a conviction alleged in the information was obtained in violation of the Constitution of the United States shall set forth his claim, and the factual basis therefor, with particularity in his response to the information. The person shall have the burden of proof by a preponderance of the evidence on any issue of fact raised by the response.
Page 356 - not dominant in its field of operation" when it does not exercise a controlling or major influence on a national basis in a kind of business activity in which a number of business concerns are primarily engaged. In determining whether dominance exists, consideration shall be given to all appropriate factors, including volume of business, number of employees, financial resources, competitive status or position, ownership or control of materials, processes, patents, license agreements, facilities,...
Page 400 - The record. The transcript of testimony and exhibits, together with all papers and requests filed in the proceeding, shall constitute the exclusive record for decision. Where any decision rests on official notice of a material fact not appearing in the record, any party shall on timely request be afforded an opportunity to show the contrary. (5 USC 556) 1.204 Pleadings; definition. As used in this subpart, the term pleading...
Page 352 - Newly organized concern. Former officers, directors, principal stockholders, and/or key employees of one concern organize a new concern in the same or a related industry or field of operation, and serve as its officers, directors, principal stockholders and/or key employees, and one concern is furnishing or will furnish the other concern with subcontracts, financial or technical assistance, and/or other facilities, whether for a fee or otherwise.
Page 348 - SBA formal size determination shall be based upon the record, including reasonable inferences therefrom, and shall state in writing the basis for its findings and conclusions. (d) If SBA has made a formal size determination that a particular concern is not small, the concern will not be deemed eligible within such applicable size standard for any assistance under the Small Business Act or Small Business Investment Act of 1958, unless it is thereafter recertified by SBA as a small business.
Page 383 - Any contracting officer who receives a protest shall promptly forward such protest to the SBA district office serving the geographical area in which the principal office of the protested concern, not including its affiliates, is located. A contracting officer may at any time after bid opening question the small business status of any bidder or...
Page 351 - Identity of interest between and among persons. Affiliation can arise between or among two or more persons with an identity of interest, such as members of the same family or persons with common investments. In determining if the applicant controls or has the power to control a concern, persons with an identity of interest will be treated as though they were one person.

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