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MONEY TRANSMISSION SERVICES ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 250 of 2006

487.1033 Agreement between licensee and authorized delegate.

Sec. 33.

(1) An agreement between a licensee and an authorized delegate shall be in writing and require the authorized delegate to operate in compliance with this act and other applicable law. The licensee shall furnish in writing to each authorized delegate policies and procedures sufficient for compliance with this act and other applicable law.

(2) An authorized delegate shall remit all money owing to the licensee in accordance with the terms of the agreement between the licensee and the authorized delegate.

(3) If a license is suspended or revoked, the commissioner shall notify the licensee and order the licensee to send a notice to its authorized delegates directing them to cease providing money transmission services on behalf of the licensee, and the authorized delegate shall immediately cease providing money transmission services as an authorized delegate of the licensee.

(4) An authorized delegate shall not provide money transmission services outside the scope of activity permissible under the agreement between the authorized delegate and the licensee, except activity in which the authorized delegate is otherwise authorized to engage. An authorized delegate of a licensee holds all money received from providing money transmission services, reduced by any fees owed to the authorized delegate by the licensee, in escrow for the benefit of the licensee.

(5) As used in this section, "remit" means to make direct payments of money to a licensee or its representative authorized to receive money or to deposit money in a depository financial institution in an account specified by the licensee.


History: 2006, Act 250, Imd. Eff. July 3, 2006