3 edition of Receiverships of joint-stock land banks under Federal farm Loan Act. found in the catalog.
Receiverships of joint-stock land banks under Federal farm Loan Act.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency
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Restriction on Loans of Federal Land Banks Based on First Mortgages (§§ – a) Powers of Federal Land Banks Generally (§ ) Restrictions on Federal Land Banks (§ ) Loans by Federal Land Banks Through Agents (§ ) Joint-Stock Land Banks (§ ) Powers of Farm Credit Administration (§ ) Applications for Farm-Loan Bonds.
The federal farm loan system thus established has now been in operation ten and a half years. The system at present consists of the 12 federal land banks authorized in52 joint stock land banks, and the 12 intermediate credit banks established under the Agricultural Credits Act of FARM LOAN BOARD REPORTS ON BANKS; Assets and Liabilities of Federal System, Ma at $2, THREE IN RECEIVERSHIPS Land and Joint Stock Banks Have Ctosed $48, in.
Joint stock land banks hold mortgages amounting approximately to $, Under the Emergency Farm Mortgage Act ofFederal Land Banks are authorized immediately to expand their activities to the extent of $2, in additional farm mortgage financing operations. The Bank was organized under the Federal Farm Loan Act of Jc.39 Stat.
Section 12 of the Act provided that loans should not exceed 50 percent of the value of the land mortgaged and 20 percent of the value of permanent insured improvement thereon. They may be issued by Federal Land Banks, or Joint Stock Land Banks, against first mortgages or government bonds to be held as security by the Farm Loan Registrar, in series of not less than $50, for specified periods, with interest of not more than 5 per cent a year.
(A) Any bonds issued by or for federal land banks and any debentures issued by or for federal intermediate credit banks under the act of congress known as the "Federal Farm Loan Act of ," 39 Stat.12 U.S.C. and amendment thereto; any debentures issued by or for banks for cooperatives under the act of congress known as the "Farm.
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Commercial and Financial Chronicle, July to SeptemberInclusive: Index to Volume - Part 1, Vol. by William B. (William Buck) Dana. -- a Bill to Reduce Permanently the Interest Rates on Federal Land Bank and Land Banks Commissioner Loans; to Relieve Federal Land Bank Borrowers of Joint-stock Liability; to Place the Federal Land Banks on a Self-supporting Basis, through the Refunding and Guaranty of their Bonds and the Reduction of their Administrative Overhead; to.
(f) JOINT-STOCK LAND BANKS.—In the case of a joint-stock land bank organized under the Federal Farm Loan Act, 39 Stat. 42 Stat. Ti § ), as amended, when the tax is computed under subsection (c), the tentative tax shall be reduced by 21/2 per centum of the adjusted net income, instead of by 21/2 per centum of the.
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(xvii) Temporary, intermittent and seasonal collectors at grades not higher than CAF-5 for not to exceed working days a year.
Full text of "The National-bank act as amended, the Federal Reserve act and other laws relating to national banks" See other formats. § Dividends and Surplus Funds of Reserve Banks; Transfer for Fiscal Year (a) Dividends and surplus funds of reserve banks (1) Stockholder dividends (A) In general.
Afte. Revision of paper currency designs Federal farm loan system Reorganization of Farm Loan Bureau Operations of Federal land banks Operations of joint stock land banks 1. Receiverships Operations of Federal intermediate credit banks Indictments for violations of law 70 Silver transactions under the act of Aknown as the.
Federal Farm Loan Bureau. 72 Federal intermediate credit banks. 72 Federal land banks. 73 Effects of proposals to suspend foreclosures generally 76 An important court decision 76 J oint stock land banks 77 Receiverships 1 77 Legislation 79 Obligations of foreign governments.
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The authority citation for part continues to read as follows: Authority: 21 U.S.C., c, e, j, l, 2. Box 5, Ser. 2, folder 23 Banks: General ()- This file contains correspondence concerning bond, loan, and land transactions with several area banks including the Federal Land Bank of Wichita and the Phoenix Joint Stock Land Bank of Kansas City, Missouri.
Joint stock company book-keeping [electronic resource]: containing a digest of the law affecting joint stock companies, the manner of forming them, and a complete elucidation, in a practical form, of joint stock company book-keeping / (Belleville [Ont.]: Printed for the College, ), by J.
Johnson (page images at HathiTrust). As used in this order the term "banking institutions" shall include all Federal Reserve Banks, national banking associations, banks, trust companies, savings banks, building and loan associations, credit unions, or other corporations, partnerships, associations or persons, engaged in the business of receiving deposits, making loans, discounting.This paper provides an illustration of the mechanisms that can give rise to path dependence in legislation.
Specifically it shows how debtor-friendly bankruptcy law arose in the United States as a.No joint-stock company, association or corporation heretofore or hereafter organized or created under the laws of any state, territory or possession of the United States, or foreign country, or governmental authority other than the State of Nevada, for the purpose of engaging in the building and loan business, or whose principal and primary.