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State Banking Law Reporter- Southern States

State Banking Law Reporter- Southern States

By Wolters Kluwer Editorial Staff

Expedite your research with the State Banking Law Reporter—Southern States. Now there's a single source for state banking law, giving banking professionals and legal counsel ready access to the information you need. State Banking Law Reporter combines the full text of state laws and regulations with authoritative explanations and consistent, topical organization. Comprehensive coverage of pending legislation for each state also is provided.

Subscribe today to:

  • Access full-text state banking laws, regulations, and agency issuances
  • View selected state UCC laws in full text
  • Gain a better understanding of your state's banking laws with authoritative and in-depth explanations of state banking laws and regulations written by Wolters Kluwer editors
  • Compare banking laws and regulations across state lines easily with our consistently organized individual state banking law sections
  • Search quickly and easily for the information you need using the topical arranged indexes located at the beginning of each state division
  • Locate laws and regulations by using the section-by-section finding lists organized to direct you to every reference and where you can find the full text
  • Access contact information for each state's banking administrators
  • Keep current with monthly updates

This publication covers laws in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

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Table of Contents
  • Charter requirements for the formation of state banks and other state banking institutions, including as savings banks, savings and loan associations and trust companies
  • Corporate structure and management of state banks, including requirements relating to capital, shares, bylaws, directors, officers and employees
  • Powers of state banks, including banking law provisions governing loans, deposits, investments and fiduciary activities
  • Branch banking and automatic teller machines
  • Records and reports
  • Mergers, acquisitions and conversions
  • Liquidation, dissolution and receivership
  • State regulation and supervision, including required examinations, investigations, fees and penalties
  • Full text of state banking laws, trust laws and state UCC laws (Articles 1, 3, 4, 4A, 5, 8 and 9) (1 and 9 are electronic only)
  • Full text of state banking regulations and banking agency issuances such as bulletins and interpretive letters