Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/131

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PUBLIC LAW 102-366—SEPT. 4, 1992 106 STAT. 1011 "(8) Notwithstanding paragraph (9), if a company is operating as a limited partnership or as a subchapter s corporation or an equivalent pass-through entity for tax purposes and if there are no accumulated and unpsud prioritized payments, the company may make annual distributions to the partners or shareholders in amounts not greater them each partner's or shareholder's maximum tax liability. For purposes of this paragraph, the term 'maximum tax liability means the amount of income allocated to each partner or shareholder (including an allocation to the Administration as if it were a taxpayer) for Federal income tax purposes in the income tax return filed or to be filed by the company with respect to the fiscal year of the company immediately preceding such distribution, multiplied by the highest combined marginal Federal and State income tax rates for corporations or individuals, whichever is higher, on each type of income included in such return. For purposes of this paragraph, the term 'State income tax' means the income tax of the State where the compan/s principal place of business is located. "(9) After making any distributions as provided in paragraph (8), a company with participating securities outstanding may distribute the balance of income to its investors, specifically including the Administration, in the per centums specified in paragraph (11), if there are no accumulated and unpaid prioritized payments and if all amounts due the Administration pursuant to paragraph (11) have been paid in full, subject to the following conditions: "(A) As of the date of the proposed distribution, if the amount of leverage outstanding is more than 200 per centum of the amount of private capital, any amounts distributed shall be made to private investors sind to the Administration in the ratio of leverage to private capital. " (B) As of the date of the proposed distribution, if the amount of leverage outstanding is more than 100 per centum but not more than 200 per centum of the amount of private capital, 50 per centum of any amounts distributed shall be made to the Administration and 50 per centum shall be made to the private investors. "(C) If the amount of leverage outstanding is 100 per centum, or less, of the amount of private capital, the ratio shall be that for distribution of profits as provided in paragraph (11). "(D) Any amounts received by the Administration under subparagraph (A) or (B) shall be applied first as profit participation as provided in paragraph (11) and any remainder shall be applied as a prepayment of the principal amount of the participating securities or debentures. " (10) After making any distributions pursuant to paragraph (8), a company with participating securities outstanding may return capital to its investors, specifically including the Administration, if there are no accumulated and unpaid prioritized pa3anents and if all amounts due the Administration pursuant to paragraph (11) have been paid in full. Any distributions under this psiragraph shall be made to private investors and to the Administration in the ratio of private capital to leverage as of the date of the proposed distribution: Provided, That if the amount of leverage outstanding is less than 50