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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 75. Department of the Treasury
Chapter 20. Virginia Security for Public Deposits Act Regulations
7/5/2020

1VAC75-20-100. Withdrawal of Collateral.

A qualified public depository shall not be permitted to withdraw collateral previously pledged without the prior written approval of the State Treasurer. The State Treasurer may grant such approval only if the qualified public depository certifies in writing that such withdrawal will not reduce the current market value of its pledged collateral below its required collateral as defined by these regulations, and this certification is substantiated by a statement reporting the qualified public depository's current public deposits which indicates that after withdrawal such deposits will continue to be secured to the full extent required by the law and regulations. Current public deposits are defined as the amount of public deposits held at the time of withdrawal of collateral. If a qualified public depository cannot determine the amount of current public deposits when collateral is to be withdrawn, the depository shall request an exception to this provision from the State Treasurer stating why the depository cannot comply and how it intends to determine the current public deposit balance under this provision. The request for exception must be in writing and formally approved by the State Treasurer. The escrow agent shall not permit the qualified public depository to withdraw collateral without the written approval of the State Treasurer.

Statutory Authority

§ 2.1-364 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR640-02 § 10, eff. November 18, 1993.

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