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(a) A money services licensee and an authorized delegate shall file with the attorney general all reports required by federal currency reporting, record keeping, and suspicious transaction reporting requirements as set out in 31 U.S.C. 5311, 31 C.F.R. 103, and other federal and state laws pertaining to money laundering.
(b) The timely filing of a complete and accurate report required under (a) of this section with the appropriate federal agency is compliance with the requirements of (a) of this section, unless the department notifies the money services licensee that the attorney general has notified the department that reports of this type are not being regularly and comprehensively transmitted by the federal agency to the attorney general.
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