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float a loan

Fig. to get a loan of money; to arrange for a loan of money. I couldn't afford to pay cash for the car, so I floated a loan. They needed money, so they had to float a loan.
See also: float, loan

loan something to someone

to lend something to someone. (Considered to be an error for lend.) Can you loan a few bucks to Sam and me? I will not loan anything to you.
See also: loan

on loan (from someone or something)

[of possession] temporarily granted by someone or some group. This lovely painting is on loan from the Kimble Museum for the rest of the year.
See also: loan, on

take out a loan

to get a loan of money, especially from a bank. Mary took out a loan to buy a car. We will have to take out a loan to remodel the kitchen.
See also: loan, out, take

loan out

To lend something; loan something: I loaned out my cookbook to my neighbor. The school loaned a computer out to us.
See also: loan, out
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If the loan terms satisfy all the applicable requirements other than that the amount loaned exceeds the applicable limit, only the amount loaned in excess of the limit will be a deemed distribution.
If the loan satisfies the enforceable agreement requirement, except that the amount loaned exceeds amounts permitted under Sec.
72(p), if the property acquired with the loans is the primary security for such loans and the amount loaned does not exceed the property's fair market value.
33) This would permit the use of a mortgage or second mortgage on property owned by the shareholder to obtain at-risk funds that could be loaned to an S corporation.