4 edition of Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 found in the catalog.
Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture
|Series||Report / 102d Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives -- 102-783.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
The Act also contained numerous provisions in the areas of farm credit, rural development, and generic commodity promotion through check-off programs, among others. The income from the ACA's long-term land loans was held to be exempt. Subtitle B: Operating Loans - Amends the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act to revise farm operating loan provisions regarding: 1 recipient eligibility; 2 purposes; 3 hazard insurance requirements; and 4 guaranteed assistance eligibility period. History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Authorizes the Secretary to provide nonrecourse loans when the imported tariff rate quota for sugar imports exceeds 1, short tons raw value. Requires reductions if foreign subsidy reductions exceed Uruguay Round Agreement commitments.
Therefore, it appeared that Rabobank would not have succeeded to the tax-exempt status enjoyed by FCSA for long-term land loans. Three evaluations will be undertaken aimed at tracking the performance of the KPIs in the next 5 years namely; baseline, mid-line and end-line. The United States Supreme Court has long held the view that when a new corporation succeeds to the rights and powers of an old corporation, the new corporation is not entitled to the old corporation's special statutory exemptions, including exemptions from taxation, in the absence of an express provision in a statute. Policy Implications The question still remains and will persist until the Congress revisits the issue of whether it was the intent of Congress from to the present to allow a buyout of part or all of the Farm Credit System by a private-sector lender.
The production sector opposed this provision, which was pushed by some sugar users seeking an opening to gain possible access to lower priced sugar. The process of incorporating a newly-passed piece of legislation into the Code is known as "classification" -- essentially a process of deciding where in the logical organization of the Code the various parts of the particular law belong. These bills were vetoed by President Clinton. Provisions on some of these programs are also contained in the FY agriculture appropriations act P. Once the House approved its farm bill on February 29,efforts began immediately to work out the differences between the two chambers' versions. A separate provision in the new law explicitly permits California to keep in place its higher nonfat solids standards for fluid milk, and leaves the national standards unchanged.
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The proposed Rabobank buyout posed the policy question of whether a buyout of a component of the Farm Credit System was inconsistent with the statutory and regulatory framework of the system.
This new initiative is based on the modestly funded Distance Learning and Medical Link program first authorized by the Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of This included major changes to the dairy title and expansion of the conservation and Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 book trade and aid titles of the Committee version.
B Office of Outreach and Diversity The Office of Partnerships and Public Engagement shall carry out the functions and duties of the Office of Outreach and Diversity carried out by the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights as such functions and duties existed immediately before the date of the enactment of this section.
Major Provisions of the FAIR Act Title I--Agricultural Market Transition Act This comprehensive title makes significant changes in the mechanisms by which the federal government provides price support to producers of wheat, feed grains, cotton, rice, and oilseeds.
The Agricultural Credit Act of provided for reorganization of the Farm Credit System in terms of powers and Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 book. Infarm bill conferees largely agreed to the Senate Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 book on research, extension, and education, while acceding to the House's desire to limit portions of the reauthorization to 2 years.
Right of a bank to acquire and dispose of immovable property. Powers of a bank to proceed against defaulting members of a co-operative society. Sugar and Peanuts Both the sugar and peanut programs came under attack during the th Congress from opponents seeking to take advantage of a changed political climate and broader interest in reforming farm programs.
These structures will be supported through regular meetings and heightened dialogue on programme design and implementation to ensure improved performance. Authorizes owner or operator early contract termination with exceptions.
Harl The proposed buyout of Farm Credit Services of America FCSA by Rabobank in late Julyand the subsequent rejection of the offer by the FCSA board in late Octoberfocused attention on the uniqueness of the Farm Credit System as a national cooperative lender to agriculture, on congressional expectations for the system inasmuch as the system was created by successive congressional actsand on the very unusual tax status of the Farm Credit System, especially the Federal Land Bank segment.
Thus, FCSA has continued to enjoy an exemption of income from long-term land lending. Two levels of price support will continue to be available: a high level for quota peanuts, and a much lower rate for peanuts produced in excess of each farm's quota referred to as "additionals".
Subtitle E: Popcorn - Popcorn Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information Act - Directs the Secretary to issue an order to finance and implement a program of popcorn research, promotion, market development, and consumer information.
Because you are a member of panel, your positions on legislation and notes below will be shared with the panel administrators. The production sector opposed this provision, which was pushed by some sugar users seeking an opening to gain possible access to lower priced sugar. It is usually found in the Note section attached to a relevant section of the Code, usually under a paragraph identified as the "Short Title".
After the wartime prosperity ofAmerican agriculture fell into a deep depression, and the Federal land program and its private counterpart, the joint stock land banks, were unable to provide the needed credit.
It includes two provisions not contained in the conference agreement that would reduce spending on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program SNAP by restricting the definition of categorical eligibility for the program and reducing the number of waivers from work requirements available for certain adult SNAP recipients.
Requires reductions if foreign subsidy reductions exceed Uruguay Round Agreement commitments. These figures exclude the cost of and any projected savings in the food stamp program, which was reauthorized in the FAIR Act with virtually no changes for only 2 years, and commodity distribution programs, which the Act extended for 7 years.
Subtitle H: Miscellaneous Conservation Provisions - Amends the Agriculture and Food Act of to authorize FY through appropriations for the resource conservation and development program.
Congress, responding to the nation's depressed rural economy, enacted the Agricultural Credit Act ofwhich established the Federal Intermediate Credit Banks to finance and discount the paper of agricultural credit organizations, commercial banks, savings institutions, and cooperatives, in order to channel funds to individual farmers for their operating needs.
Upon assuming office, President Roosevelt acted quickly to establish a means to revive financially the farm economy. Directs the Secretary to make Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 book to public secondary schools and associate's degree institutions for agriscience and agribusiness education.
E Consulting with appropriate institutions on research, program improvements, or agricultural education opportunities Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of 1992 book assist low-income and migrant seasonal farmworkers. Please sign up for our advisory group to be a part of making GovTrack a better tool for what you do.Agricultural Credits Act of There is published below the text of the agricultural credits, act of in the form in agricultural credit corporation, incorporated live-stock loan company, savings institution, cooperative bank, cooperative credit or marketing association of agricultural.
Introduced in House (10/03/) Agricultural Credit Improvement Act of - Amends the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act to state that the interest rate for loans sold into the secondary market may be lower than the interest rate on the retained portion, but may not exceed the average interest rate charged by the lender on loans made to farm and ranch borrowers.
Agriculture Improvement Act of This bill (commonly known as the farm bill) reauthorizes through FY and modifies Department of Agriculture programs that address: commodity support, conservation, trade and international food aid, nutrition assistance, farm credit, rural development.Acts Online provides legislation, including amendments and Regulations, in an intuitive, online format.
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The digitization of these earlier Farm Bills and historical farm legislation was performed by the National Agricultural Law Center under two cooperative agreements with the National Agricultural Library.Agricultural Credits Act An act ebook facilitate the borrowing of money on the security of charges created upon farming stock, additional assets or other agricultural assets; to provide for the.