New Mexico Statutes Chapter 58. Financial Institutions and Regulations

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  • Article 1. Banking Generally
  • Article 1A. Consumer Credit Banks
  • Article 1B. Interstate Bank Acquisitions
  • Article 1C. Interstate Bank Branching
  • Article 2. Insurance of Bank Deposits
  • Article 3. Accounts
  • Article 4. Merger and Consolidation of Banks
  • Article 5. Organization and Management
  • Article 6. Miscellaneous Loans
  • Article 7. Installment Loans
  • Article 8. National Housing Act Loans and Obligations
  • Article 9. Trust Companies
  • Article 10. Savings and Loan Associations
  • Article 11. Credit Unions
  • Article 11A. Leasing of Safe Deposit Facilities
  • Article 12. Credit Union Share Insurance Corporations
  • Article 13A. Model State Commodity Code
  • Article 13C. New Mexico Uniform Securities
  • Article 15. Small Loan Business
  • Article 16. Remote Financial Service Units
  • Article 17. Endowed Care of Cemeteries
  • Article 18. Mortgage Finance Authority
  • Article 18A. Municipal Mortgage Finance
  • Article 18B. Low Income Housing Trust
  • Article 18C. New Mexico Housing Trust Fund
  • Article 19. Motor Vehicle Sales Finance
  • Article 20. Business of Selling Negotiable Checks, Drafts and Money Orders
  • Article 21. Mortgage Loan Companies
  • Article 21A. Home Loan Protection
  • Article 21B. New Mexico Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing
  • Article 22. Escrow Companies
  • Article 23. Hospital Equipment Loans
  • Article 24. Industrial and Agricultural Finance Authority
  • Article 25. Employment References
  • Article 26. Interstate Depository Institutions
  • Article 27. Border Development
  • Article 28. Land Title Trust Funds
  • Article 29. Small Business Investment
  • Article 30. Individual Development Account
  • Article 31. Spaceport Development

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