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FINANCIAL CODE
SECTION 16700-16704



16700.  (a) The commissioner may at any time investigate into the
affairs and examine the books, accounts, and other records of a
foreign (other nation) credit union and of any subsidiary thereof.
   (b) The commissioner and any person designated by the commissioner
shall have free access to any office of the foreign (other nation)
credit union and to its books, accounts, and other records.



16701.  The commissioner may make an examination of a foreign (other
nation) credit union at any office of the commissioner. The
commissioner may make an examination of any office, within or outside
of this state, of a foreign (other nation) credit union that
maintains an office in this state.



16702.  (a) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall, within
10 days after receipt or within any extended time that the
commissioner may specify, file with the commissioner a copy of any
audit report obtained by, and of any examination report prepared for,
the foreign (other nation) credit union.
   (b) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner a copy of any response made by the foreign (other
nation) credit union to an audit or examination report referred to in
subdivision (a) within 10 days after making the response or within
any extended time that the commissioner may specify.



16703.  A foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner any other report as the commissioner may from time to
time require. Each report shall be in the form, contain the
information, and be filed on the date, as may be prescribed by the
commissioner.



16704.  Each foreign (other nation) credit union that maintains an
office shall make, keep, and preserve at that office, or at any other
place that the commissioner may by regulation or order approve, the
books, accounts, and other records relating to the business of the
office, in the form, in the manner, and for the time that the
commissioner may, by regulation or order, require.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Fin > 16700-16704

FINANCIAL CODE
SECTION 16700-16704



16700.  (a) The commissioner may at any time investigate into the
affairs and examine the books, accounts, and other records of a
foreign (other nation) credit union and of any subsidiary thereof.
   (b) The commissioner and any person designated by the commissioner
shall have free access to any office of the foreign (other nation)
credit union and to its books, accounts, and other records.



16701.  The commissioner may make an examination of a foreign (other
nation) credit union at any office of the commissioner. The
commissioner may make an examination of any office, within or outside
of this state, of a foreign (other nation) credit union that
maintains an office in this state.



16702.  (a) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall, within
10 days after receipt or within any extended time that the
commissioner may specify, file with the commissioner a copy of any
audit report obtained by, and of any examination report prepared for,
the foreign (other nation) credit union.
   (b) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner a copy of any response made by the foreign (other
nation) credit union to an audit or examination report referred to in
subdivision (a) within 10 days after making the response or within
any extended time that the commissioner may specify.



16703.  A foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner any other report as the commissioner may from time to
time require. Each report shall be in the form, contain the
information, and be filed on the date, as may be prescribed by the
commissioner.



16704.  Each foreign (other nation) credit union that maintains an
office shall make, keep, and preserve at that office, or at any other
place that the commissioner may by regulation or order approve, the
books, accounts, and other records relating to the business of the
office, in the form, in the manner, and for the time that the
commissioner may, by regulation or order, require.



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Statutes > California > Fin > 16700-16704

FINANCIAL CODE
SECTION 16700-16704



16700.  (a) The commissioner may at any time investigate into the
affairs and examine the books, accounts, and other records of a
foreign (other nation) credit union and of any subsidiary thereof.
   (b) The commissioner and any person designated by the commissioner
shall have free access to any office of the foreign (other nation)
credit union and to its books, accounts, and other records.



16701.  The commissioner may make an examination of a foreign (other
nation) credit union at any office of the commissioner. The
commissioner may make an examination of any office, within or outside
of this state, of a foreign (other nation) credit union that
maintains an office in this state.



16702.  (a) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall, within
10 days after receipt or within any extended time that the
commissioner may specify, file with the commissioner a copy of any
audit report obtained by, and of any examination report prepared for,
the foreign (other nation) credit union.
   (b) Each foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner a copy of any response made by the foreign (other
nation) credit union to an audit or examination report referred to in
subdivision (a) within 10 days after making the response or within
any extended time that the commissioner may specify.



16703.  A foreign (other nation) credit union shall file with the
commissioner any other report as the commissioner may from time to
time require. Each report shall be in the form, contain the
information, and be filed on the date, as may be prescribed by the
commissioner.



16704.  Each foreign (other nation) credit union that maintains an
office shall make, keep, and preserve at that office, or at any other
place that the commissioner may by regulation or order approve, the
books, accounts, and other records relating to the business of the
office, in the form, in the manner, and for the time that the
commissioner may, by regulation or order, require.


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