New Mexico Statutes 58-1-40. Reports of condition; special reports; failure to make; penalty
New Mexico Statutes > Chapter 58 > Article 1 > § 58-1-40 - Reports of condition; special reports; failure to make; penalty
Current as of: 2010
Every bank shall make and file with the director reports not to exceed five in number during the calendar year, according to the form that may be prescribed by the director, verified by the oath of the president or cashier of incorporated banks and attested by the signature of three or more directors. Each such report shall exhibit in detail and as may be required by the director the resources and liabilities of the bank at the close of business on a day past to be specified by the director in writing, the days past to be the days named by the comptroller of the currency in his official calls for reports of national banks. When the calls of the comptroller are less than five in number, the director may make additional calls on such dates as he deems advisable. The reports shall be transmitted to the director within thirty days after the call of the director. The director has power to call for special reports from any particular bank whenever, in his judgment, they are necessary to a full and complete understanding and knowledge of its condition. The reports required by and filed pursuant to this section shall be in lieu of all others required by law from banks. Every bank failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall pay to the director a penalty of fifty dollars ($50.00) for each day's delay.
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