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Section 45 N - Inspection, Section 45NA - Deposits not to be solicited by unauthorised persons : RBI Act 1934

 

 

Who will do Inspection? What is the meaning of Deposits not to be solicited by unauthorised persons? Section 45N and 45NA of Reserve Bank of India Act 1934

Section 45-N of RBI Act 1934 : "Inspection"

(1) The Bank may, at any time, cause an inspection to be made by one or more of its officers or employees or other persons (hereafter in this section referred to as the inspecting authority)-

(i) of any non-banking institution, including a financial institution, for the purposes of verifying the correctness or completeness of any statement, information or particulars furnished to the Bank or for the purpose of obtaining any information or particulars which the non-banking institution has failed to furnish on being called upon to do so ; or

(ii) of any non-banking institution being a financial institution, if the Bank considers it necessary or expedient to inspect that institution.

(2) It shall be the duty of every director or member of any Committee or other body for the time being vested with the management of the affairs of the non-banking institution or other officer or employee thereof to produce to the inspecting authority all such books, accounts and other documents in his custody or power and to furnish that authority with any statements and information relating to the business of the institution as that authority may require of him, within such time as may be specified by that authority.

(3) The inspecting authority may examine on oath any director or member of any Committee or body for the time being vested with the management of the affairs of the non-banking institution or other officer or employee thereof, in relation to its business and may administer an oath accordingly.

 

Section 45-NA of RBI Act 1934 : "Deposits not to be solicited by unauthorised persons"

No person shall solicit on behalf of any non-banking institution either by publishing or causing to be published any prospectus or advertisement or in any other manner deposits of money from the public unless-

(a) he has been authorised in writing by the said non-banking institution to do so and specifies the name of the institution which has so authorised him, and

(b) the prospectus or advertisement complies with any order made by the Bank under section 45J and with any other provision of law for the time being in force, applicable to the publication of such prospectus or advertisement.

 

RBI ACT 1934

Section 45 N - Inspection

Section 45NA - Deposits not to be solicited by unauthorised persons

Section 45 NB - Disclosure of information

Section 45 NC - Power of Bank to exempt

Section 45Q - Chapter IIIB to override other laws

Section 45QA - Power of Company Law Board to order repayment of deposit

 

 

Section 45QB - Nomination by depositors

CHAPTER IIIC
PROHIBITION OF ACCEPTANCE OF DEPOSITS BY UNINCORPORATED BODIES

Section 45R - Interpretation

45S - Deposits not to be accepted in certain cases

Section 45T - Power to issue search warrants

 

 

Section 45U - Definitions

CHAPTER IIID
REGULATION OF TRANSACTIONS IN DERIVATIVES, MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS, SECURITIES, ETC.

Section 45V - Transactions in derivatives

Section 45W - Power to regulate transactions in derivatives, money market instruments, etc

Section 45X - Duty to comply with directions and furnish information

 

 

CHAPTER IIIE
JOINT MECHANISM

Section 45Y - Joint Mechanism

CHAPTER IV
GENERAL PROVISIONS

Section 46 - Contribution by Central Government to the Reserve Fund

Section 46A - Contribution to National Rural Credit (Long Term Operations) Fund and National Rural Credit (Stabilization) Fund

Section 46C - National Industrial Credit (Long Term Operations) Fund

Section 46D - National Housing Credit (Long-Term Operations) Fund

Section 47 - Allocation of surplus profits

Section 48 - Exemption of Bank from income-tax and super-tax

Section 49 - Publication of Bank rate

Section 50 - Auditors

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