2006 New Mexico Statutes - Section 58-15-4 — Application, investigation and fee; agent for service of process.

58-15-4. Application, investigation and fee; agent for service of process.

A.     Application for a license and any annual license renewal shall be in writing under oath and in the form prescribed by the director, shall give the exact location where the business is to be conducted and shall contain such other relevant information as the director may require, including identification of all parties in interest and the names and addresses of all the partners, officers, directors, trustees and beneficiaries of any trust and of such principal owners and members as will provide the basis for an investigation and findings necessary under Section 58-15-5 NMSA 1978. The application shall also include a statement accepting the license, if granted, as a privilege to be enjoyed and exercised only under all the terms and conditions of the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955 [this article] and under all lawful regulations of the director promulgated in that act. The applicant shall pay to the director at the time of making application for an original license the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000).   

B.     The application shall be accompanied by, and every licensee shall at all times maintain on file with the director, a written power of attorney appointing some person, a resident of this state, as the licensee's agent for service of all judicial or other process or legal notice and notices provided for by the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955, unless the licensee has appointed an agent for service of process under another statute of this state. In case of noncompliance with this subsection, such service, including service of all notices provided for in the New Mexico Small Loan Act of 1955, may by made on the manager or person in charge of the registered office or place of business of the licensee, and the director may by order suspend the license pending compliance with this section.   

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