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Banking Acts In India

In Banking Exams, sometimes questions are asked regarding Banking Acts In India. Here, at Competition Zenith, we are providing you a lists of Acts/Laws being administered by Department of Financial Services.



Serial
Name of The Act
Year
1.
Negotiable Instrument Act
1881
2.
The Bankers’ Book Evidence Act
1891
3.
The Reserve Bank of Inda Act
1934
4.
The Industrial Finance Corporation of India Act
1948
5.
The Banking Companies (Legal Practitioner Clients’ Accounts ) Act
1949
6.
The Industrial Disputes (Banking And Insurance Companies) Act
1949
7.
The Banking Regulation (Companies) Rules
1949
8.
The Banking Regulation Act
1949
9.
The State Financial Corporations Act
1951
10.
The Reserve Bank of India (Amendment And Misc. Provisions) Act
1953
11.
The Industrial Disputes (Banking Companies) Decision Act
1955
12.
The State Bank of India Act
1955
13.
The State Bank of India Act
1955
14.
The State Bank of India (Subsidiary Banks) Act
1959
15.
The Subsidiary Banks General Regulation
1959
16.
The Deposit Insurance And Credit Guarantee Corporation Act
1961
17.
The Banking Companies (Acquisition And Transfer of Undertaking) Act
1970
18.
The Regional Rural Banks Act
1976
19.
The Banking Companies (Acquisition And Transfer of Undertaking) Act
1980
20.
The Export-Import Bank of India Act
1981
21.
The National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development Act
1981
22.
Chit Fund Act
1982
23.
Shipping Development Fund Committee (Abolition) Act
1985
24.
Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act
1985
25.
The National Housing Bank Act
1987
26.
SIDBI Act
1989
27.
The Special Court (Trial of Offences Relationg To Transactions In Securities) Act
1992
28.
The Industrail Finance Corporation (Transfer of Undertakings And Repeal) Act
1993
29.
Industrial Reconstruction Bank (Transfer of Undertaking & Appeal) Act
1997
30.
The securitisation And Reconstruction of Financial Assets And Enforcement of Security Interest Act
2002
31.
Industrial Development Bank (Transfer of Undertaking & Repeal) Act
2003
32.
Credit Information Companies (Rules & Regulation) Act
2005

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