89 STAT. 798
PUBLIC LAW 94-143—DEC. 9, 1975 The Secretary may take such steps as he deems necessary to realize upon any collateral in which the United States has a security interest pursuant to this section to enforce any claim the United States may have against the city or any financing agent pursuant to this Act. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, Acts making appropriations may provide for the withholding of any payments from the United States to the city, either directly or through the State, which may be or may become due pursuant to any law and offset the amount of such withheld payments against any claim the Secretary may have against the city or any financing agent pursuant to this Act. With respect to debts incurred pursuant to this Act, for the purposes of section 3466 of the Revised Statutes (31 U.S.C. 191) the term "person" includes the city or any financing agent. LIMITATIONS AND CRITERIA
31 USC 1505.
SEC. 6. (a) A loan may be made under this Act only if the Secretary determines that there is a reasonable prospect of repayment of the loan in accordance with its terms and conditions. In making the loan, the Secretary may require such terms and conditions as he may deem appropriate to insure repayment. The Secretary is authorized to agree to any modification, amendment, or waiver of any such term or condition as he deems desirable to protect the interests of the United States. (b) At no time shall the amount of loans outstanding under this Act exceed in the aggregate $2,300,000,000. (c) No loan shall be provided under this Act unless (1) the city and all financing agents shall have repaid according to their terms all prior loans under this Act which have matured, and (2) the city and all financing agents shall be in compliance with the terms of any such outstanding loans. REMEDIES
31 USC 1506.
SEC. 7. The remedies of the Secretary prescribed in this Act shall be cumulative and not in limitation of or substitution for any other remedies available to the Secretary or the United States. FUNDING
New York City Seasonal Financing Fund. Establishment. 31 USC 1507. Appropriation authorization.
SEC. 8. (a) There is hereby established in the Treasury a New York City Seasonal Financing Fund to be administered by the Secretary. The fund shall be used for the purpose of making loans pursuant to this Act. There is authorized to be appropriated to such fund the sum of $2,300,000,000. All funds received by the Secretary in the payment of principal of any loan made under this Act shall be paid into the fund. All income from loans and investments made from the fund shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts. Moneys in the fund not needed for current operations may be invested in direct obligations of, or obligations that are fully guaranteed as to principal and interest by, the United States or any agency thereof. After all loans made pursuant to this Act have been repaid, the balance of the fund shall be returned to the general fund of the Treasury, (b) The Secretary is authorized to sell, assign, or otherwise transfer from the fund any note or other evidence of any loan made pursuant to this Act to the Federal Financing Bank and, in addition to its other powers, such Bank is authorized to purchase, receive, or otherwise acquire the same.