Section 420.141, Florida Statutes 2001
420.141 Housing Development Corporation of Florida; deposits and examination.--
(1) The corporation shall not deposit any of its funds in any financial institution unless such institution has been designated as a depository by the vote of the majority of the directors present at an authorized meeting of the board of directors, exclusive of any director who is an officer or director of the depository so designated. The corporation shall not receive money on deposit.
(2) The corporation shall be examined at least once annually by the Department of Banking and Finance and shall make reports of its condition not less than annually to said department, and more frequently upon call of the department, which in turn shall make copies of such reports available to the Department of Insurance and the Governor; and the corporation shall also furnish such other information as may from time to time be required by the Department of Banking and Finance and the Department of State. The Department of Banking and Finance shall exercise the same power and authority over the corporation organized pursuant to this part as is exercised over financial institutions under the provisions of the financial institutions codes, when such codes are not in conflict with this chapter.
History.--s. 1, ch. 72-172; s. 201, ch. 92-303.