21.165.15 96th Legislative Session 400
Introduced by: The Committee on Commerce and Energy at the request of the Department of Labor and Regulation
An Act to revise various provisions related to banks and trusts.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of South Dakota:
Section 1. That § 51A-5-9 be AMENDED.
51A-5-9. Filing with Office of the Secretary of State by foreign bank or trust company acting as fiduciary--Designation as agent to receive process--Service of process.
Before qualifying or serving in
this state in any fiduciary capacity, as defined in § 51A-5-8,
the bank or trust company shall file in the Office of the Secretary
of State of South Dakota, a copy of its charter certified by its
secretary under its corporate seal, and a power of attorney
designating the secretary of state or the secretary of state's
successor in office as the person upon whom all notices and processes
issued by any court of this state may be served in any action or
proceeding relating to any trust, estate, or matter within this state
in respect of which the bank or trust company is acting in any
fiduciary capacity with like effect as personal service on the bank
or trust company. The power of attorney is irrevocable so long as any
liability remains outstanding against the bank or trust company in
this state. Service of process under this section may be made in the
manner provided in
Section 2. That § 51A-7-13 be AMENDED.
51A-7-13. Definition of terms.
Terms used in §§ 51A-7-13
(1) "Acquisition of a branch," the acquisition of a branch located in a host state;
(2) "Bank," a bank as defined in 12 U.S.C. § 1813(h) as of January 1, 1996. The term does not include any foreign bank as defined in § 12 U.S.C. 3101(7) as of January 1, 1996. However, the term includes any foreign bank organized under the laws of a territory of the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, or the Virgin Islands, the deposits of which are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation;
(3) "Bank supervisory agency," any agency of another state with primary responsibility for chartering and supervising banks, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, or any successor to these agencies;
(4) "Branch," a branch bank as defined by subdivision 51A-1-2(7);
(5) "Director," the director of the Division of Banking;
(6) "Control," control as construed consistently with the provisions of 12 U.S.C. § 1841(a)(2) as of January 1, 1996;
(7) "Home state," for a state bank, the state by which the bank is chartered; for a national bank, the state in which the main office of the bank is located; and for a foreign bank, the state determined to be the home state of the foreign bank pursuant to 12 U.S.C. § 3103(c) as of January 1, 1996;
(8) "Home state regulator," for an out‑of‑state state bank, the bank supervisory agency of the state in which the bank is chartered;
(9) "Host state," a state, other than the home state of a bank, in which the bank maintains, or seeks to establish and maintain a branch;
(10) "Out‑of‑state bank," a bank whose home state is a state other than South Dakota;
(11) "Out‑of‑state state bank," a bank chartered under the laws of any state other than South Dakota;
(12) "State," any state of the United States, the District of Columbia, any territory of the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, the Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands;
(13) "South Dakota state bank," a bank chartered under the laws of South Dakota; and
(14) "Commission," the State Banking Commission for South Dakota.
Section 3. That § 51A-7-19 be AMENDED.
51A-7-19. Examination of out‑of‑state bank's South Dakota branch.
The director may make such
examinations of any branch established and maintained in South Dakota
pursuant to §§ 51A-7-13
inclusive, by an out‑of‑state state bank as the director
may deem necessary to determine whether the branch is operated in
compliance with the laws of South Dakota and in accordance with safe
and sound banking practices. The provisions of § 51A-2-18
apply to the examinations.
Section 4. That § 51A-7-23 be AMENDED.
51A-7-23. Joint examinations of joint enforcement actions by commission and bank supervisory agencies.
The commission may enter into
enforcement actions with other bank supervisory agencies having
concurrent jurisdiction over any branch established and maintained in
South Dakota by an out‑of‑state bank or any branch
established and maintained by a South Dakota state bank in any host
state. The director may at any time take any actions independently if
the director deems such actions to be necessary or appropriate to
carry out the commission's responsibilities under §§ 51A-7-13
inclusive, or to ensure compliance with the laws of South Dakota.
However, in the case of an out‑of‑state state bank, the
director shall recognize the exclusive authority of the home state
regulator with respect to matters of safety and soundness.
Section 5. That § 51A-7-26 be AMENDED.
51A-7-26. Promulgation of rules to establish fees.
The commission may promulgate
rules pursuant to chapter 1-26
to establish the fees provided by §§ 51A-7-13
inclusive, and to provide the necessary forms to administer
Section 6. That § 51A-12-13 be AMENDED.
51A-12-13. Collection of certain credit service charges by bank.
Notwithstanding any other
provisions of law, a bank may contract for and collect the following
credit service charges in connection with the extensions of credit
made pursuant to § 51A-12-12,
in an amount agreed to by the bank and the debtor either initially or
pursuant to a
modification made under § 54-11-10
change in terms authorized in § 54-11-12:
(1) Membership fees, whether assessed on an annual or other periodic basis;
(2) Transaction fees;
(3) Interest charges permitted by § 54-3-1.1;
(4) Charges for exceeding a designated credit limit;
(5) Charges for stopping payment;
(6) Charges for each return of a dishonored check, negotiable order of withdrawal or draft; and
(7) Other charges made in connection with the revolving loan or charge account arrangement.
All of the fees and charges permitted by this section shall be deemed interest. No fee, expense or other charge whatsoever may be taken or received by a bank under a revolving loan or charge account arrangement except as provided in this section.
Section 7. That § 55-13-3 be AMENDED.
(a) Income is the return in money or property derived from the use of principal, including return received as
(1) rent of real or personal property, including sums received for cancellation or renewal of a lease;
(2) interest on money lent, including sums received as consideration for the privilege of prepayment of principal except as provided in § 55-13-7 on bond premium and bond discount;
(3) income earned during administration of a decedent's estate as provided in § 55-13-5;
(4) corporate distributions as provided in § 55-13-6;
(5) accrued increment on bonds or other obligations issued at discount as provided in § 55-13-7;
(6) receipts from business and farming operations as provided in § 55-13-8;
(7) receipts from disposition of natural resources as provided in §§ 55-13-9 and 55-13-10;
(8) receipts from other principal subject to depletion as provided in § 55-13-11;
(9) receipts from disposition of
as provided in § 55-13-12.
(b) Principal is the property which has been set aside by the owner or the person legally empowered so that it is held in trust eventually to be delivered to a remainderman while the return or use of the principal is in the meantime taken or received by or held for accumulation for an income beneficiary. Principal includes
(1) consideration received by the trustee on the sale or other transfer of principal or on repayment of a loan or as a refund or replacement or change in the form of principal;
(2) proceeds of property taken on eminent domain proceedings;
(3) proceeds of insurance upon property forming part of the principal except proceeds of insurance upon a separate interest of an income beneficiary;
(4) stock dividends, receipts on liquidation of a corporation, and other corporate distributions as provided in § 55-13-6;
(5) receipts from the disposition of corporate securities as provided in § 55-13-7;
(6) royalties and other receipts from disposition of natural resources as provided in §§ 55-13-9 and 55-13-10;
(7) receipts from other principal subject to depletion as provided in § 55-13-11;
(8) any profit resulting from any
change in the form of principal
as provided in § 55-13-12
(9) receipts from disposition of
as provided in § 55-13-12;
(10) any allowances for depreciation established under §§ 55-13-8 and 55-13-13(a)(2).
(c) After determining income and principal in accordance with the terms of the trust instrument or of this chapter, the trustee shall charge to income or principal expenses and other charges as provided in § 55-13-13.
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