3.2.3. RF or Reserve Fund

Role: Guarantor-compensator.

Once a non-payment has been detected and identified as such (remember that, in some cases, we are talking about transitional delays), the Reserve Fund will take care of meeting these payments. Also remember that the main difference between the LCA and RF is that the LCA cannot generate yields because it must always be in a state of “absolute liquidity”, while the RF is an efficient capital fund and permanently generates a yield. In situations of non-payment, the RF will have the necessary capital to pay the rent and will take care of automatically clearing and balancing the amounts with LCA.

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