§32A-2-13. Notification requirements.
(a) A licensee shall notify the commissioner of any change in its principal place of business, or its headquarters office if different from its principal place of business, within fifteen days after the date of the change.

(b) A licensee shall notify the commissioner of any of the following significant developments within fifteen days after gaining actual notice of its occurrence:

(1) The filing of bankruptcy or for reorganization under the bankruptcy laws;

(2) The institution of license revocation or suspension procedures against the licensee in any other state;

(3) A felony indictment related to money transmission, currency exchange, fraud, failure to fulfill a fiduciary duty, or other activities of the type regulated under this article of the licensee or its authorized delegates in this state, or of the licensee's or authorized delegate's officers, directors, or principals; and

(4) A felony conviction or plea related to the money transmission, currency exchange, fraud, failure to fulfill a fiduciary duty, or other activities of the type regulated under this article of the licensee or its authorized delegates in this state, or of the licensee's or authorized delegate's officers, directors, or principals.

(c) A licensee shall notify the commissioner of any merger or acquisition which may result in a change of control or a change in principals of a licensee within fifteen days of announcement or publication of the proposal, or its occurrence, whichever is earlier. Upon notice of these circumstances by a corporate licensee, the commissioner may require all information necessary to determine whether it results in a transfer or assignment of the license and thus if a new application is required in order for the company to continue doing business under this article. A licensee that is an entity other than a corporation shall in these circumstances submit a new application for licensure at the time of notice.