State Financial Corporations Act, 1951
46A. Extension of jurisdiction of the Financial Corporation to other States by agreement
(1) Where a Financial Corporation has been established for any State and one or more other States not served in whole or in part by a Financial Corporation desires that the Financial Corporation should serve the needs of those States or of any area therein, and the States, after consultation with the Development Bank, enter into an agreement which is published in the Official Gazettes of each of those States, then the Financial Corporation shall, on the issue of notification in the Official Gazette by the Central Government, serve the needs of those States or, as the case may be, of the area therein in terms of the agreement and any Financial Corporation or any State may enter into separate or successive agreements as aforesaid with one another or with other Financial Corporations of States and in relation to different areas of the States.
(1A) Any agreement entered into under sub-section (1) may be modified or rescinded by mutual agreement between the parties thereto and every such mutual agreement shall also provide for the apportionment of assets and liabilities.
(2) An inter-State agreement among the participating States may, as far as may be, make all such provisions as are referred to in sub-section (2) of section 3A.