New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:1c-46 - Rules, Regulations; Contents.

17:1C-46 Rules, regulations; contents.

14. a. The State Treasurer and the commissioner may adopt rules and regulations, pursuant to the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), to effectuate the purposes of this act.

b.Any regulation promulgated by the commissioner shall describe the factors to be considered in computing the assessment. In the case of depository institutions, the assessment shall consider the following factors as appropriate: assets, deposits or shares, trust funds under management and the supervisory rating of the institution. In the case of licensees or registrants, the assessment shall consider the following factors as appropriate: loan volume, volume of money transmitted, number of transactions, volume of checks cashed, number of licensee branches, number of license types held under the "New Jersey Consumer Finance Licensing Act," sections 1 through 49 of P.L.1996, c.157 (C.17:11C-1 et seq.) or the "New Jersey Residential Mortgage Lending Act," sections 1 through 39 of P.L.2009, c.53 (C.17:11C-51 et seq.), and the supervisory rating of the entity. In computing the assessment for depository institutions, licensees or registrants, the commissioner may consider those additional factors the commissioner deems appropriate.

c.The general purpose of the computations to determine the assessment shall be to distribute the financial burden proportionally among the depository institutions and other financial entities it charters, licenses and registers consistent with the division's regulatory activities.

d.The commissioner shall provide for the orderly and fair transition to assessments on existing charters, licensees and registrants by promulgating rules and regulations and by establishing administrative procedures that are reasonable, necessary and consistent with this act.

e.The commissioner shall consider the impact of the assessment on check cashers licensed pursuant to P.L.1993, c.383 (C.17:15A-30 et seq.), and may take any appropriate action pursuant to the commissioner's authority to limit fees as provided in section 14 of P.L.1993, c.383 (C.17:15A-43).

L.2005, c.199, s.14; amended 2009, c.53, s.65.

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