This article is an initial effort to examine this regulator, certain of its most important policies, and the impact of those recent developments upon policy-making by the Division. Part one contains a brief overview of agency staffing, appointment and removal of the Superintendent, and the budget appropriation process. Part two examines the three most important areas of the Superintendent's regulatory authority: examinations, chartering and branching. Part three discusses the recently developed administrative procedures for rule-making by the agency.
Alexander, Ronald E.
"Regulating State Chartered Savings Associations: An Introduction to the Ohio Scheme,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 11
, Article 1.
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