§ 19-13-1. Proclamation of emergency.
The governor may proclaim that a banking emergency exists when it appears necessary to protect the public and the interests of those regulated institutions or of the shareholders, depositors, or other creditors of those regulated institutions. Thereupon, any or all of the regulated institutions shall be subject to special regulation by the director, until the governor, by like proclamation, declares the period of banking emergency terminated. Any action taken or order issued by the director in any of the following sections in this chapter shall, in each instance, be taken only with the approval of the governor.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 51.)