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Title 12Chapter IPart 150 → Subpart C


Title 12: Banks and Banking
PART 150—FIDUCIARY POWERS OF FEDERAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS


Subpart C—Depositing Securities With State Authorities


Contents
§150.490   When must I deposit securities with state authorities?
§150.500   How much must I deposit if I administer fiduciary assets in more than one state?
§150.510   What must I do if state authorities refuse my deposit?

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§150.490   When must I deposit securities with state authorities?

You must deposit securities with a state's authorities or, if applicable, a Federal Home Loan Bank under §150.510, if you meet all of the following:

(a) You are located in the state.

(b) You act as a private or court-appointed trustee.

(c) The law of the state requires corporations acting in a fiduciary capacity to deposit securities with state authorities for the protection of private or court trusts.

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§150.500   How much must I deposit if I administer fiduciary assets in more than one state?

If you administer fiduciary assets in more than one state, you must compute the amount of deposit required for each state on the basis of fiduciary assets that you administer primarily from offices located in that state.

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§150.510   What must I do if state authorities refuse my deposit?

If state authorities refuse to accept your deposit under §150.490, you must deposit the securities with the Federal Home Loan Bank of which you are a member. The Federal Home Loan Bank will hold the securities for the protection of private or court trusts to the same extent as if the securities had been deposited with state authorities.

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