2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 39 — Public finance
RS 39:1243 — Securities under control of depositing authorities
§1243. Securities under control of depositing authorities
All securities pledged for deposit of public funds belonging to cities of this state having a population exceeding one hundred fifty thousand, either in physical possession of the depositing authority or deposited under joint custodianship in the safety deposit vault of the depository, or held in trust by any bank or trust company for account of any depositing authority under this Part, shall be deemed to be under the control and in the possession of the depositing authority and shall be delivered into the custody of the commissioners of public finance, or the finance officers of the cities for the account of the depositing authority if, as and when demanded; provided, that no depositing authority under this Part may make the demand unless it has first obtained the approval of the commission council or the governing body of the city in which the fiscal agent bank is located.
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