Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 94 Part 1.djvu/719

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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

PUBLIC LAW 96-294—JUNE 30, 1980

94 STAT. 669

(3) If more than one form of financial assistance is to be provided to any one synthetic fuel project or if the financial assistance agreement provides a right to the Corporation to purchase the S5^thetic fuel project, then the obligations and commitments thereunder shall be valued at the maximum potential exposure on such project at any time during the life of such project. (c) Any commitment by the Corporation to provide financial assistance or make capital expenditures which is nullified or voided for any reason shall not be considered in the aggregate for the purpose of subsection (a). BUDGETARY TREATMENT

SEC. 153. The obligations and outlays incurred by the Secretary of 42 USC 8753. the Treasury in connection with the purchase of notes and other obligations of the Corporation shall be included in the totals of the Budget of the United States Government. The receipts and disbursements of the Corporation in the discharge of its functions shall be presented annually in the Budget of the United States Government but shall not be included in the totals of the Budget. RECEIPTS OF THE CORPORATION

SEC. 154. (a) Subject to the limitations contained in section 152, 42 USC 8754. moneys of the Corporation, other than those received pursuant to sections 139(b) and 151, shall be used to defray administrative expenses and, to the extent that surplus is available thereafter, to provide financial assistance pursuant to subtitle D. In the event that additional surplus is available thereafter such additional surplus shall, when authorized by the Board of Directors, be used in the purchase for redemption and retirement of any notes or other obligations of the Corporation. (b) Moneys of the Corporation not otherwise employed shall be— (1) deposited with the Treasury of the United States subject to withdrawal by the Corporation by check drawn on the Treasury of the United States by a Treasury disbursing officer; or (2) with approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, deposited in any Federal Reserve bank. (c) In the event that moneys of the Corporation, including moneys received pursuant to sections 139(b) and 151, exceed the limitation set forth in section 152, such surplus shall be deposited as miscellaneous receipts in the general fund of the Treasury of the United States. (d) Not later than 10 calendar days after the end of each fiscal Report. quarter, the Corporation shall submit a written report to the Secretary of the Treasury detailing all moneys received by the Corporation during the previous fiscal quarter. Such reports shall be incorporated in the quarterly and annual reports required under section 177. TAX STATUS

SEC. 155. (a) The Corporation, its franchise, capital, reserves, 42 USC 8755. surplus, income, and intangible property shall be exempt from all taxation now or hereafter imposed by the United States, or by any State, county, municipality, or local taxing authority, except that— (1) any real property owned in fee by the Corporation shall be subject to State, territorial, county, municipal, or other local taxation to the same extent, according to its value, as other