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(a) A state trust company may not acquire real estate except:
(1) As permitted by Section 81-27-5.001 or as otherwise provided by this chapter, including rules or regulations adopted under this chapter;
(2) If necessary to avoid or minimize a loss on a loan or investment previously made in good faith; or
(3) With the prior written approval of the commissioner.
(b) To the extent reasonably necessary to avoid or minimize loss on real estate acquired as permitted by subsection (a) of this section, a state trust company may exchange real estate for other real estate or personal property, invest additional funds in or improve real estate acquired under this subsection or subsection (a) of this section, or acquire additional real estate.
(c) A state trust company shall dispose of any real estate subject to subsection (a)(1) and (2) of this section not later than:
(1) The fifth anniversary of the date:
(A) It was acquired, except as otherwise provided by rules or regulations adopted under this chapter; or
(B) It ceases to be used as a state trust company facility; or
(2) The third anniversary of the date it ceases to be a state trust company facility as provided by Section 81-27-5.001(c).
(d) The commissioner on application may grant one or more extensions of time for disposing of real estate if the commissioner determines that:
(1) The state trust company has made a good faith effort to dispose of the real estate; or
(2) Disposal of the real estate would be detrimental to the state trust company.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 81. Banks and Financial Institutions § 81-27-5.002 § 81-27-5.002. Other real estate - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-81-banks-and-financial-institutions/ms-code-sect-81-27-5-002/
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