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(1) The department may at any time examine a licensee or an affiliate or subsidiary of a licensee. Licensure under this chapter constitutes implied consent to examination by the department.
(2) The department shall examine a licensee at least once during each calendar year.
(3) At the department's request, the following persons shall provide to the department the books, accounts, and records of a licensee or a licensee's affiliate or subsidiary and shall otherwise facilitate the department's examination of the licensee to the fullest extent possible:
(a) a director, officer, or employee of a licensee being examined by the department;
(b) a director, officer, or employee of an affiliate or subsidiary of a licensee being examined by the department;
(c) a person having custody of the books, accounts, or records of a licensee being examined by the department;
(d) a person having custody of the books, accounts, or records of an affiliate or subsidiary of a licensee being examined by the department.
(4) The department may retain a certified public accountant, attorney, appraiser, or other person to assist the department in the examination of a licensee or an affiliate or subsidiary of a licensee if the department determines that the assistance is necessary. Within 10 days after receipt of a statement from the department, the licensee being examined shall pay the fees of a person retained by the department under this subsection.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Montana Title 32. Financial Institutions § 32-11-307. Examination of licensees and subsidiaries - last updated April 27, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mt/title-32-financial-institutions/mt-code-ann-sect-32-11-307/
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