Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 26
BANKS AND BANKING
CHAPTER 6
RESERVES, SURPLUS AND DIVIDENDS
26-602.  Diminution of reserve. (1) When the reserve of any bank falls below the amount required by section 26-601, Idaho Code, for any reporting period, the bank shall immediately restore its reserve to the amount required by section 26-601, Idaho Code, and in addition:
(a)  If a bank is deficient in reserve for two (2) nonconsecutive reporting periods in a calendar year, the bank shall pay to the department of finance at the end of the second reporting period a fine of three hundred dollars ($300).
(b)  If a bank is deficient in reserves for three (3) nonconsecutive reporting periods in a calendar year, the bank shall pay to the department of finance at the end of the third reporting period a fine equal to five percent (5%) of the dollar amount by which it was deficient in reserves for the third reporting period or five hundred dollars ($500), whichever is greater.
(c)  If a bank is deficient in reserves for more than three (3) nonconsecutive reporting periods or for two (2) or more consecutive reporting periods in a calendar year, the director shall proceed as provided in section 26-1115, Idaho Code. The bank shall not increase its loans or discounts until its reserve is fully restored and the director may by order set a minimum level of cash reserves which the bank must maintain until such time as the director has reason to believe that the bank will comply with the reserve requirements of section 26-601, Idaho Code.
(2)  The penalties set out in subsection (1) of this section are not exclusive. The director may in proper cases proceed in his discretion as provided in section 26-1115, Idaho Code, or chapter 10, title 26, Idaho Code.

History:
[26-602, added 1979, ch. 41, sec. 2, p. 86; am. 2008, ch. 140, sec. 6, p. 405.]


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