2006 New Mexico Statutes - Section 58-15-11 — Regulations and orders; certified copies.
58-15-11. Regulations and orders; certified copies.
A. The director shall have authority to make reasonable regulations and orders for the administration and enforcement of the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955 [this article], in addition hereto and consistent herewith, and is expressly authorized to make regulations and orders governing the conduct of all licensee's operations, including the method and manner of selling, handling and writing, in connection with any loan, any form of insurance by the licensee, or any agent or employee in the office of the licensee or of any other firm, person or corporation associated or affiliated with the licensee or operating in the same building in which the business of licensee is conducted. Every regulation shall be promulgated by an order, and any ruling, demand, requirement or similar administrative act may be promulgated by an order. Every order shall be in writing, and referenced to the section or sections under which it is issued, shall state its effective date and the date of its promulgation, and shall be entered in an indexed permanent book which shall be a public record. A copy of every order promulgating a regulation and of every other order containing a requirement of general application shall be mailed to each licensee at least fifteen days before the effective date thereof.
B. On application of any person and payment of the cost thereof, the director shall furnish, under his seal and signed by him or his deputy, a certified copy of any license, regulation or order. In any court or proceeding such copy shall be prima facie evidence of the fact of the issuance of such license, regulation or order.
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