The Regional Rural Banks Act, 1976

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Jan 1988
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An Act that regulates the operations of the Regional Rural Banks in India

This document details the provision of the Regional Rural Banks Act, passed in 1976, by the Government of India. The Act provides for the incorporation, regulation and dissolution of regional rural banks (RRBs) in India. The Act is divided into the following chapters:

Chapter I, the preliminary section:

  • Explains the title of the Act;
  • Defines terms like: Board, Chairman, Director, etc.

Chapter II explains the incorporation and capital of RRBs and discusses:

  • The establishment and incorporation of RRBs;
  • Their offices and agencies;
  • Their authorized capital, etc.

Chapter III discusses the management of RRBs and explains:

  • The constitution of the Board of Directors;
  • The appointment of the Chairman;
  • Disqualifications, etc.

Chapter IV sets out the business of an RRB.Chapter V explains the accounts and audit of an RRB, including:

  • The closure of accounts;
  • The furnishing of its annual report;
  • Disposal of its profits, etc.

Chapter V sets out provisions for the amalgamation of RRBs, including:

  • Notification to concerned parties;
  • Cessation of business of RRBs;
  • Their liquidation.

The last section, Chapter VI, explains miscellaneous items, such as:

  • The power of the Central Government;
  • Inspection by the Sponsor Bank;
  • Indemnity of directors, etc.
Type: 
Paper
Topic: 
Policy
Region: 
South Asia
Country: 
India