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2000 - Rules and Regulations


Subpart O—Liability of Commonly Controlled Depository Institutions

§ 308.165  Scope.

The rules and procedures in this subpart, subpart B of the Local Rules and the Uniform Rules shall apply to proceedings in connection with the assessment of cross-guaranty liability against commonly controlled depository institutions.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 308.165]

§ 308.166  Grounds for assessment of liability.

Any insured depository institution shall be liable for any loss incurred or reasonably anticipated to be incurred by the corporation, subsequent to August 9, 1989, in connection with the default of a commonly controlled insured depository institution, or any loss incurred or reasonably anticipated to be incurred in connection with any assistance provided by the Corporation to any commonly controlled depository institution in danger of default.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 308.166]

§ 308.167  Notice of assessment of liability.

(a)  The amount of liability shall be assessed upon service of a Notice of Assessment of Liability upon the liable depository institution, within two years of the date the Corporation incurred the loss.

(b)  Contents of Notice.  (1)  The Notice of Assessment of Liability shall set forth:

(i)  The basis for the FDIC's jurisdiction over the proceeding;

(ii)  A statement of the Corporation's good faith estimate of the amount of loss it has incurred or anticipates incurring;

(iii)  A statement of the method by which the estimated loss was calculated;

(iv)  A proposed order directing payment by the liable institution of the FDIC's estimated amount of loss, and the schedule under which the payment will be due;

(v)  In cases involving more than one liable institution, the estimated amount of each institution's share of the liability.

(2)  The Notice of Assessment of Liability shall advise the liable institution(s):

(i)  That an answer must be filed within 20 days after the service of the Notice;

(ii)  That, if a hearing is requested, a request for a hearing must be filed within 20 days after service of the Notice;

(iii)  That if a hearing is requested, such hearing will be held within the judicial district in which the liable institution is found, or, in cases involving more than one liable institution, within a judicial district in which at least one liable institution is found;

(iv)  That, unless the administrative law judge sets a different date, the hearing will commence 120 days after service of the Notice of Assessment of Liability; and

(v)  That failure to request a hearing shall render the Notice of Assessment a final and unappealable order.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 308.167]

§ 308.168  Effective date of and payment: under an order to pay.

(a)  Unless otherwise provided in the Notice of Assessment of Liability, payment of the assessment shall be due on or before the 21st day after service of the Assessment of Liability, under the terms of the schedule for payment set forth therein.

(b)  All payments collected shall be paid to the Corporation.

(c)  Failure to request a hearing as prescribed herein shall render the order to pay final and unappealable.

[Codified to 12 C.F.R. § 308.168]


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