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Title 8 : Banking and Insurance


Subchapter 006 : Enforcement

(Cite as: 8 V.S.A. § 11602)
  • § 11602. Power of Commissioner to impose corrective action

    (a) The Commissioner may, in addition to any other power exercisable by the Commissioner under the provisions in this title, require a Vermont financial institution or state financial institution with a branch in this State to:

    (1) maintain its accounts in accordance with such regulations as he or she may prescribe having regard to the size of the organization;

    (2) observe methods and standards which he or she may prescribe for determining the value of various types of assets;

    (3) charge off or sell the whole or part of an asset which was acquired in violation of the financial institutions' investment policy or an order of the Commissioner;

    (4) write down an asset to its market value;

    (5) record liens and other interests in property;

    (6) obtain a financial statement from a borrower to the extent that the financial institution can do so;

    (7) obtain insurance against damage to real estate taken as security;

    (8) search, or obtain insurance of, the title to real estate taken as security; and

    (9) maintain adequate insurance against such other risks as the Commissioner may deem necessary and appropriate for the protection of depositors and the public.

    (b) Any order of the Commissioner issued under this section shall be subject to subsection 11601(c) of this title. (Added 1999, No. 153 (Adj. Sess.), § 2, eff. Jan. 1, 2001.)