2014 Florida Statutes
420.529 Default by sponsor.—If a default on a loan occurs, the corporation may foreclose on any mortgage or security interest or commence any legal action to protect the interest of the corporation or the fund and recover the amount of the unpaid principal, accrued interest, and fees on behalf of the fund. The corporation may also acquire real and personal property or any interest in the property if such acquisition is necessary or appropriate to protect any loan; to sell, transfer, and convey any such property to a buyer without regard to the provisions of chapters 253 and 270; and, if such sale, transfer, or conveyance cannot be effected within a reasonable time, to lease such property for occupancy by eligible persons. All sums recovered from the sale, transfer, conveyance, or lease of such property shall be deposited into the Housing Predevelopment Fund.
History.—s. 13, ch. 88-376; s. 17, ch. 92-317; s. 17, ch. 93-181; s. 31, ch. 97-167.
Note.—Former s. 420.32.