(a) An out-of-state bank desiring to establish and maintain a de novo branch or to
acquire a branch in this State shall provide written notice of the proposed transaction
to the Commissioner not later than the date on which the bank applies to the responsible
federal bank supervisory agency for approval to establish or acquire the branch. The filing of such notice shall be accompanied by the filing fee prescribed by the
Commissioner by regulation.
(b) The out-of-state bank shall comply with the applicable requirements of Article
15 of Chapter 55 of the North Carolina General Statutes.
(c) An out-of-state bank may establish and maintain a de novo branch or may establish
and maintain a branch through acquisition of a branch if:
(1) In the case of a de novo branch, the laws of the home state of the out-of-state
bank permit North Carolina banks to establish and maintain de novo branches in that
state under substantially the same terms and conditions as herein set forth; and
(2) In the case of a branch established through the acquisition of a branch, the laws
of the home state of the out-of-state bank permit North Carolina banks to establish
and maintain branches in that state through the acquisition of branches under substantially
the same terms and conditions as herein set forth.
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