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Rural Utilities Act

The Rural Utilities Act establishes the organization, governance, and makes provisions for the management of business and affairs, of rural utility associations. A rural utility association is an incorporated entity of five or more persons, of which its main purpose is to supply to its members utility services for electricity, natural gas, water that is used primarily for domestic purposes, and sewage. The Act enables rural utility associations to finance borrowings through a loan guarantee for provision of electrical services in rural areas.
    Chapter/Regulation: R-21 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Agriculture and Forestry
    Current to 5/27/2013
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779773565
    Pages 41
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Rural Utilities Act ...

Rural Utilities Regulation

The Rural Utilities Regulation, under the Rural Electrification Act and the Rural Electrification Long-term Financing Act, describes specific operational requirements for a rural utility association. These include reserve requirements, association board by-laws, and the use of an amalgamation agreement for associations that intend to combine. The Regulation contains eight forms, and fees payable for services, for purposes related to the Act.
    Chapter/Regulation: 151/2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
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