12 CFR 552.2-2 - Procedures for organization of interim Federal stock association.

§ 552.2-2 Procedures for organization of interim Federal stock association.
(a) Applications for permission to organize an interim Federal savings association are not subject to subparts B, C and D of part 516 of this chapter or § 552.2-1(b)(3) of this part.
(b) Approval of an application for permission to organize an interim Federal stock association shall be conditioned upon approval by the Office of an application to merge the interim Federal stock association, or upon approval by the Office of other transaction which the interim was chartered to facilitate. Applications for permission to organize an interim Federal stock association shall be submitted in the same manner as the related filing(s). In evaluating the application, the Office will consider the purpose for which the association will be organized, the form of any proposed transactions involving the association, the effect of the transactions on existing associations involved in the transactions, and the factors specified in § 552.1(b)(1) to the extent relevant.
(c) If a merger or other transaction facilitated by the existence of the interim Federal stock association has not been approved within six months of the approval of the application for permission to organize, unless extended by OTS for good cause shown, the charter shall be void and all subscriptions for capital stock shall be returned.
[54 FR 49523, Nov. 30, 1989, as amended at 55 FR 13513, Apr. 11, 1990; 57 FR 14342, Apr. 20, 1992; 62 FR 64146, Dec. 4, 1997]

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