New Jersey Revised Statutes § 17:9a-24b1 - Exercise Of Powers, Rights, Benefits, Privileges

17:9A-24b1. Exercise of powers, rights, benefits, privileges
1.Notwithstanding the provisions of P.L.1948, c.67 (C.17:9A-1 et seq.) or any other law, banks and savings banks may exercise those powers, rights benefits or privileges now or hereafter authorized for national or out-of-State banks or for federal or out-of-State savings banks or savings associations either directly or through a financial subsidiary or other subsidiary, to the same extent and, subject to the same limitations as national or out-of-State banks or federal or out-of-State savings banks or savings associations, may exercise those powers, rights, benefits or privileges, provided that before exercising any power, right, benefit or privilege of an out-of-State bank or out-of-State savings bank or savings association, the commissioner has adopted a regulation approving an exercise of that power, right, benefit or privilege by banks and savings banks generally or the bank or savings bank provides notice to the commissioner and on a case-by-case basis the commissioner either approves the activity or does not provide notice before the expiration of 45 days that such power, right, benefit or privilege is not appropriate for the New Jersey bank or savings bank on the grounds of safety and soundness or on other grounds designated by the commissioner by regulation. The commissioner shall have the authority to adopt rules and regulations pursuant to this section, which rules and regulations shall have as their objective the placing of banks and savings banks on a substantially competitive parity with national and out-of-State banks and federal and out-of-State savings banks and savings associations.

L.1981,c.163,s.1; amended 2000, c.69, s.3.

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