§516-132  Loan to lenders program; collateral security.  (a)  Loans made to mortgage lenders additionally may be secured by a pledge of a lien upon collateral security in an amount as the corporation deems necessary to assure the payment of principal of and interest on the loans as they become due.

     (b)  The corporation shall determine the nature and type of collateral security required.

     (c)  A statement designating the collateral security pledged, the mortgage lender pledging the collateral, and the corporation's interest in the pledged collateral may be filed with the bureau of conveyances.  Where a statement has been filed, no possession, further filing, or other action under any state law shall be required to perfect any security interest which may be deemed to have been created in favor of the corporation.  The mortgage lender shall be deemed the trustee of an express trust for the benefit of the corporation in all matters relating to the pledged collateral.

     (d)  Subject to any agreement with the holders of its revenue bonds, the corporation may collect, enforce the collection of, and foreclose on any collateral securing its loans to mortgage lenders.  The corporation may acquire, take possession of, sell at public or private sale with or without bidding, or otherwise deal with the collateral to protect its interests. [L 1983, c 270, pt of §1; am L 1987, c 337, §16; am L 1988, c 104, §2; am L 2005, c 196, §26(b); am L 2006, c 180, §16]