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(a) As used in this section:
(1) “Tax and loan account” means an account, the balance of which is subject to the right of immediate withdrawal, established for receipt of payments of federal taxes and certain United States obligations. Such accounts are not savings accounts, savings deposits, demand accounts or demand deposits.
(2) “Note account” means a note, subject to the right of immediate call, evidencing funds held by depositories electing the note option under applicable United States Treasury Department regulations. Note accounts are not savings accounts, savings deposits, demand accounts or demand deposits.
(b) Subject to regulations of the United States Treasury Department, Connecticut banks may serve as depositories for federal taxes or as United States Treasury tax and loan depositories, and satisfy any requirement in connection therewith, including maintaining tax and loan accounts and note accounts, and pledging collateral.
(c) Connecticut banks shall pay a return on note accounts at the rates required by the United States Treasury Department.
(d) In addition to the requirements contained in the regulations of the United States Treasury Department, Connecticut banks shall meet all requirements in order to obtain any available insurance of deposits contained in tax and loan accounts and note accounts by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Connecticut General Statutes Title 36A. The Banking Law of Connecticut § 36a-301. Tax and loan accounts and note accounts - last updated June 28, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ct/title-36a-the-banking-law-of-connecticut/ct-gen-st-sect-36a-301/
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