BANKING AND FINANCE

BANKING AND FINANCE

Account information; prohibits disclosure of fines, fees, taxes, etc., collected by court clerks and agencies. Adding § 2.1-385.1. (Patron-Nixon, HB 2169)

Adult protective services; report of exploitation by financial institution employees. Amending § 63.1-55.3. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 1581)

Annuities; definition. Amending § 38.2-106. (Patron-Bryant, HB 2720)

Banking-at-School Partnership Demonstration Program; created. Adding § 22.1-209.1:11. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 1450)

Banking-at-School Partnership Demonstration Program and Fund; created. Adding §§ 22.1-208.2:3 and 22.1-208.2:4. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 2365)

Banks; investments in controlled subsidiary corporations. Amending § 6.1-58.1. (Patron-Dudley, HB 2655)

Brokerage Services, Discount, Statutory and Regulatory Requirements Concerning Broker-Dealers Who Provide; Report of State Corporation Commission Division of Securities and Retail Franchising (HJR 222, 2000 - as introduced and per letter of Speaker dated March 10, 2000). (HD 56)

Campaign Finance Disclosure Act; report of disbursements shall itemize expenditures made by credit card payment. Amending §§ 24.2-914 and 24.2-915. (Patron-Jones, S.C., HB 2325)

Charitable trusts; charitable corporations serving as trustees thereto. Amending § 6.1-32.12. (Patron-Howell, HB 1730)

Checks, drafts or money orders; penalty for stopping payment thereon, exception. Adding § 18.2-181.2. (Patron-Griffith, HB 331; Griffith, HB 1895)

Consumer credit reporting; memorializing Congress to amend Fair Credit Reporting Act. (Patron-Robinson, HJR 674)

Consumer Finance Act; loan amounts. Amending §§ 6.1-249, 6.1-272.1, 6.1-278, 6.1-285, 6.1-288 and 6.1-291; repealing § 6.1-286. (Patron-Norment, SB 863)

Consumers' Financial Privacy Protection Act; created. Adding §§ 6.1-444 through 6.1-449. (Patron-Byrne, SB 602)

Credit card accounts; telephonic solicitation by creditors to consumers. Amending §§ 6.1-330.63 and 6.1-330.78. (Patron-Orrock, HB 488)

Credit Card Issuers, Revolving, Fees and Charges Assessed by; Report of State Corporation Commission Bureau of Financial Institutions (HJR 14, 2000). (HD 59)

Credit cards; governing body of educational institutions to regulate solicitation to students. Amending § 23-9.2:3. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 1451)

Escrow accounts; deposit of funds by settlement agent. Amending § 6.1-2.23. (Patron-Jones, J.C., HB 1760; Blevins, HB 2789)

Fees; allows clerks of circuit courts in Fairfax and Wise Counties to accept personal checks, credit cards, etc., for payment thereof. Amending § 17.1-275. (Patron-Kilgore, HB 1793; Wampler, SB 919)

Fees; credit card payment on those collected by circuit court clerks. Amending §§ 17.1-275 and 19.2-353.3. (Patron-Phillips, HB 2454; Wampler, SB 918)

Financial institutions; deferred presentment services, licensing, fee, etc. Amending § 6.1-434; adding §§ 6.1-444 through 6.1-461. (Patron-Morgan, HB 1515)

Historical property; loans for preservation and rehabilitation. Adding § 15.2-958.2. (Patron-Van Yahres, HB 1917; Couric, SB 959)

Income tax, state; qualified equity and subordinated debt investments tax credit. Amending § 58.1-339.4. (Patron-Bennett, HB 401; Bennett, HB 2466)

Investment Act of 2000; created. Adding §§ 2.1-191.5 through 2.1-191.11. (Patron-Barry, SB 512; Barry, SB 1382)

Investment Act of 2001; created. Adding §§ 2.1-191.4:01 through 2.1-191.4:05 and 30-19.1:9. (Patron-Marshall, HB 2695)

Loans; charges by banks and savings institutions. Amending § 6.1-330.60. (Patron-Stosch, SB 1079)

Loans; Fairfax County authorized to utilize public funds to support private residential structures. Adding § 15.2-906.1. (Patron-Rust, HB 1736)

Loans; interest rate on those for plaintiffs awaiting settlement or award. Adding § 6.1-330.55:1. (Patron-Robinson, HB 2499)

Money order sales and money transmission services; provisions. Amending §§ 6.1-370 through 6.1-375 and 6.1-377; adding § 6.1-378.4. (Patron-Woodrum, HB 2161)

Mortgage brokers; licensure, exception. Amending § 6.1-410. (Patron-Colgan, SB 1103)

Mortgage lenders; applicability to real estate brokers. Amending § 6.1-422. (Patron-Plum, HB 2471)

Mortgage lenders; notice of change of address to insurers. Amending § 6.1-423. (Patron-McDonnell, HB 2576)

Mortgage lenders; prohibits predatory lending practices. Amending §§ 6.1-413, 6.1-422 and 6.1-428. (Patron-McEachin, HB 2787)

Mortgage loans; prevents "flipping" in lending practices. Amending § 6.1-430; adding § 6.1-422.1. (Patron-Clement, HB 2708)

Mortgage loans; regulations by Housing Development Authority for single-family loans made to persons living together. Amending § 36-55.30:3. (Patron-Ticer, SB 1002)

Mortgage loans; special development for public school teachers. Amending §§ 36-137 and 36-139. (Patron-Baskerville, HB 1697)

"New Bretton Woods" conference; request for international monetary system stability and development of real economy. (Patron-Robinson, HJR 856)

Public deposits; duties of public depositories. Amending § 2.1-368. (Patron-Reid, HB 1180)

Securities Act; definition of broker-dealer not to include banks and trust subsidiaries. Amending §§ 13.1-501 and 13.1-514. (Patron-Morgan, HB 2158)

Standards of Quality in public schools; requirement for money management skills for individuals and families. Amending § 22.1-253.13:1. (Patron-Maxwell, SB 749)

State funds; investment in corporate notes. Amending § 2.1-328.10; adding § 2.1-328.16. (Patron-Cox, HB 1768; Miller, K.G., SB 853)

Tax sheltered annuities; transfer of funds designated by teachers. Amending § 22.1-116. (Patron-Grayson, HB 2822)

Taxes, license fees, penalties and other charges; Secretary of Finance to study assessment of additional transaction fees when citizens pay with credit cards or other electronic methods of payment. (Patron-Newman, SJR 361)

University of Virginia Medical Center; credit for interest earned by investment of its nongeneral operating cash balances. Amending § 23-77.4. (Patron-Harris, HB 2870; Couric, SB 1384)


2001 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, Resolutions and Documents - For additional information, please contact Legislative Information, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23219. Telephone (804) 698-1500. Last Modified on June 11, 2001 at 11:28AM Eastern Daylight Time

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