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Georgia State Code
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Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 594 (7-1-594)

(a) Banks or bank holding companies which are conducting agency relationships must register with the department to ensure the orderly and safe transaction of the banking business and to protect the interest of the state's depositors and creditors. Each such bank or bank holding company shall register with the department on forms prescribed by the department, shall file according to regulations issued by the department, may be subject to a registration fee prescribed by regulations of the department, and shall provide the name of the agent, the street address and activities of the agent, a copy of the agency agreement, and such other information as the department may require.

(b) An agency relationship as defined in paragraph (1.5) of Code Section 7-1-4 must be on terms consistent with safe and sound banking practices and protection of the consumers of this state. The department may review and, where lawful, regulate the operations of any agency relationship to ensure such compliance. An agency relationship must be reflected in a written agreement which provides for orderly resolution of customer complaints, record keeping, liability of the respective parties in the agency relationship, conformity to applicable principal-agent, banking, and other state law, and disclosure to the customer of all pertinent information.

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