Part 3: ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 34: CHANGES IN CHARTER AND OWNERSHIP FORM
§341. Applicability of chapter; fees
The provisions of this chapter apply whenever a financial institution subject to the laws of this State seeks to convert
or amend its charter in order to change its chartering authority, change to a different form of ownership or adopt a new corporate
name for the institution.
1997, c. 398, Pt. F, §1 (AMD)
An application made pursuant to section 342, subsection 1 or 2 or section 342-A, 343, 344, 345 or 345-A may not be considered
complete by the superintendent unless accompanied by an application fee payable to the Treasurer of State to be credited and
used as provided in section 214. The amount of the fee must be established by the superintendent according to different application
requirements, but in no instance may it exceed $2,000.
1999, c. 218, §15 (AMD)
Following approval by the governing body for changes under section 342, subsection 1 or 2 or section 342-A, 343, 344 or
345, the financial institution shall forward to the superintendent for approval or disapproval, pursuant to the procedures
and requirements of section 252, a certified copy of the authorizing resolution adopted by the governing body and such other
information as considered necessary by the superintendent. If the superintendent disapproves the conversion plan, the superintendent
shall state the reasons for the disapproval in writing and furnish them to the institution. The institution must be given
an opportunity to amend the conversion plan to obviate the reasons for disapproval.
1999, c. 218, §16 (AMD)
1975, c. 500, §1 (NEW).
1983, c. 201, §3 (AMD).
1997, c. 398, §F1 (AMD).
1999, c. 218, §§15,16 (AMD).
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