That depends. There are indeed eligibility factors for financial assistance based on the activities of the owners and the historical operation of the business. As such, the business cannot have been:
(a) a business that caused the government to have incurred a loss related to a prior business debt;
(b) a business owned 20 percent or more by a person associated with a different business that caused the government to have incurred a loss related to a prior business debt; or
(c) a business owned 20 percent or more by a person who is incarcerated, on probation, on parole, or has been indicted for a felony or a crime of moral depravity.
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