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To hold otherwise would be to contravene Article V, Section l's prohibition against the Legislature assigning to the comptroller administrative tasks that are not incidental to his duty to superintend the fiscal concern of the state.
Ethical Society of Austin, the state court ruled that the comptroller violated the First Amendment rights of the Ethical Society of Austin when it rejected the group's application for tax-exempt status.
New York's comptroller entered those companies' statements in a book open to public inspection.
The services provided by the comptroller and staff help leadership make the right strategic choices while making existing operations more effective and efficient.
In a separate, coordinated action, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced on February 2, 2005, the issuance of a consent order against Banco de Chile and Banco de Chile's New York branch.
The lead investment in the venture is a $15 million contribution from New York state Comptroller H.
Comptroller is generally the accurate term for government financial officers: the comptroller of the currency, the state comptroller.
Banks, even if they did a little securities business or sold insurance, reported only to the Comptroller of the Currency or the Federal Reserve and a state banking superintendent.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Office of Thrift Supervision.
In office since 1989, she is the only elected county comptroller in Florida, with more power than most county comptrollers: She has the authority to audit all the county's departments, including those of the other county officers, such as the county property appraisers and the tax collector.
After the Comptroller issued various pronouncements concerning the Texas treatment of push-down accounting, the Texas legislature added section 171.
In 1981, the National Housing Institute was supposed to have financed the construction of 100,716 low-cost housing units, according to a report by the Venezuelan comptroller general.