The largest maximum civil money penalty a credit union couldreceive for filing its call report late this past quarter is$106,000, the NCUA said.

Each of the 84 credit unions the NCUA determined did not have alegitimate reason for filing a late 5300 report received a letterwith a consent form that contained two figures, the agency said onJuly 14.

The first dollar amount was the CMP that would have to be paidif the credit union signed a consent form. The second figure–alarger penalty–was the CMP due if the credit union does not signthe consent form and decided to argue its case in court before anadministrative law judge.

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