BANKS AND BANKING
CONSOLIDATION, SALE AND REORGANIZATION
26-906. Conversion of national into state bank. (1) A national bank located in this state which follows the procedure prescribed by the laws of the United States to convert into a state bank, shall be granted a charter by the director unless he finds that the bank does not meet the standards as to location of offices, capital structure, and business experience and character of officers and directors for the incorporation of a state bank.
(2) The national bank may apply for such charter by filing with the director a certificate signed by its president and cashier and by a majority of the entire board of directors, setting forth the corporate action taken in compliance with the provisions of the laws of the United States governing the conversion of the national to a state bank, and the articles of incorporation, approved by the stockholders, for the government of the bank as a state bank.
[26-906, added 1979, ch. 41, sec. 2, p. 99.]