The licensee shall keep and use in its business such books, accounts, and records
as will enable the superintendent to determine whether such licensee is complying
with the provisions of this article and with the rules and regulations lawfully made
by the superintendent hereunder. Every licensee shall preserve such books, accounts, and records, including cards
used in the card system, if any, for at least two years after making the final entry
on any loan recorded therein. Preservation of photographic reproduction thereof or records in photographic form,
including an optical disk storage system and the use of electronic data processing
equipment that provides comparable records to those otherwise required and which are
available for examination upon request shall constitute compliance with the requirements
of this section.
Each licensee shall annually on or before the first day of April file a report with
the superintendent giving such information as the superintendent may require concerning
the business and operations during the preceding calendar year of each licensed place
of business conducted by such licensee within the state under authority of this article. Such report shall be subscribed and affirmed as true by the licensee under the penalties
of perjury and shall be in the form prescribed by the superintendent who shall make
and publish annually a consolidated statement of condition showing the combined assets
and liabilities of all licensed lenders. Such consolidated statement of condition shall be based upon the information contained
in such reports. In addition to annual reports, the superintendent may require such additional regular
or special reports as may be deemed necessary to the proper supervision of licensees
under this article. Such additional reports shall be in the form prescribed by the superintendent and
shall be subscribed and affirmed as true under the penalties of perjury.
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