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Wherever the term “State Depository Commission” appears in any law, the same shall mean the State Treasurer. All funds deposited or invested by and through the State Treasurer shall be deposited in the manner prescribed in Section 27-105-33. All such deposits shall be subject to payment when demanded by the State Treasurer, except time deposits as provided by Section 27-105-33. Such time deposits shall be subject to payment as specified by the contract or certificate of deposit. All deposits made by the State Treasurer shall also be subject to such regulations as are imposed by law and by rules promulgated by the State Treasurer for such deposits. The State Treasurer, a state institution or a state agency may compensate depositories for the expense in maintaining deposit accounts and in handling items related thereto, subject to approval by the State Treasurer and Executive Director of the Department of Finance and Administration.
The Commissioner of Banking and Consumer Finance shall serve to advise the State Treasurer as to the condition and safety as a state depository of any financial institution, especially as to any impairment of capital or surplus. Such information or recommendation shall be considered confidential information and shall not be disclosed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 27. Taxation and Finance § 27-105-1. State Depository Commission to mean State Treasurer - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-27-taxation-and-finance/ms-code-sect-27-105-1.html
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