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Any amount advanced by the SBA shall be used by the Company only to pay claims of its policyholders for the Covered Event which has precipitated the immediate need to continue to pay additional claims as they become due.
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Inadequate Data Submissions
If exposure data or other information required to be reported by the Company under the terms of this Contract are not received by the FHCF in the format specified by the FHCF or is inadequate to the extent that the FHCF requires resubmission of data, the Company will be required to pay the FHCF a resubmission fee of $1,000 for resubmissions that are not a result of an examination by the SBA. If a resubmission is necessary as a result of an examination report issued by the SBA, the first resubmission fee will be $2,000. If the Companys examination-required resubmission is inadequate and the SBA requires an additional resubmission(s), the resubmission fee for each subsequent resubmission shall be $2,000. A resubmission of exposure data may delay the processing of the Companys request for reimbursement or an advance.
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Confidential Information/Trade Secret Information
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 215.557, Florida Statutes, the reports of insured values under Covered Policies by ZIP Code submitted to the SBA pursuant to Section 215.555, Florida Statutes, are confidential and exempt from the provisions of Section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes, and Section 24(a), Art. I of the State Constitution. If other information submitted by the Company to the FHCF could reasonably be ruled a trade secret as defined in Section 812.081, Florida Statutes, such information must be clearly marked Trade Secret Information.
ARTICLE XI TAXES
In consideration of the terms under which this Contract is issued, the Company agrees to make no deduction in respect of the Reimbursement Premium herein when making premium tax returns to the appropriate authorities. Should any taxes be levied on the Company in respect of the Reimbursement Premium herein, the Company agrees to make no claim upon the SBA for reimbursement in respect of such taxes.
ARTICLE XII ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
Any inadvertent delay, omission, or error on the part of the SBA shall not be held to relieve the Company from any liability which would attach to it hereunder if such delay, omission, or error had not been made.
ARTICLE XIII INSPECTION OF RECORDS
The Company shall allow the SBA to inspect, examine, and verify, at reasonable times, all records of the Company relating to the Covered Policies under this Contract, including Company files concerning claims, Losses, or legal proceedings regarding subrogation or claims recoveries which involve this Contract, including premium, loss records and reports involving exposure data or Losses under Covered Policies. This right by the SBA to inspect, examine, and verify shall survive the completion and closure of an exposure examination or claims examination file and the termination of the Contract. The Company shall have no right to re-open an exposure or claims examination once closed and the findings have been accepted by the Company; any re-opening shall be at the sole discretion of the SBA. If the State Board of Administration Finance Corporation has issued revenue bonds and relied upon the exposure and Loss data submitted and certified by the Company as accurate to determine the amount of bonding needed, the SBA may choose not to require, or accept, a resubmission if the resubmission will result in additional reimbursements to the Company. The SBA may require any discovered errors, inadvertent omissions, and typographical errors associated with the data reporting of insured values, discovered prior to the closing of the file and acceptance of the examination findings by the Company, to be corrected to reflect the proper values. The Company shall retain its records in accordance with the requirements for records retention regarding exposure reports and claims reports outlined herein, and in any administrative rules adopted pursuant to Section 215.555, Florida Statutes. Companies writing covered collateral protection policies, as defined in defmition (11)(b) of Article V, must be able to provide documentation that the policy covers personal residences, protects both the borrowers and lenders interest, and that the coverage is in an amount at least equal to the coverage for the dwelling in place under the lapsed homeowners policy.
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Rule 19-8.010 F.A.C.