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1[15A. Cancellation of registration of an insured bank for non-payment of premium.

(1)The Corporation may cancel the registration of an insured bank if it fails to pay the premium for three consecutive periods:

Provided that no such registration shall be cancelled except after giving to the concerned bank one month's notice in writing calling upon that bank to pay the amount in default.

(2) The Corporation may restore the registration of a bank whose registration has been cancelled under sub-section (1), if the concerned bank requests the Corporation to restore the registration and pays all the amounts due by way of premia from the date of default till the date of payment together with interest due thereon on the date of payment:

Provided that the Corporation shall not restore the registration unless it is satisfied, on an inspection of the concerned bank or otherwise, that it is eligible to be registered as an insured bank.]

Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation Act, 1961 Back

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