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Title 8 : Banking and Insurance



(Cite as: 8 V.S.A. § 31705)
  • § 31705. Powers

    A corporate credit union shall enjoy the powers and privileges of any other credit union incorporated under this part in addition to those powers enumerated in this subchapter, notwithstanding any limitation or restrictions found elsewhere in this part. The Commissioner may adopt such rules and regulations concerning the establishment and operation of corporate credit unions as he or she deems necessary and proper. Subject to such regulations, a corporate credit union may:

    (1) accept shares or deposits in any form from its members, from other state, regional, or national corporate credit unions, and from credit union organizations and associations;

    (2) make loans to its members, to other credit unions, and to other state, regional, and national corporate credit unions, organizations, and associations of credit unions;

    (3) establish lines of credit for members and participate with other credit unions in making loans to its members under the terms and conditions determined by the board of directors;

    (4) invest in the shares of or make deposits in credit unions;

    (5) borrow money, accept demand deposits, and issue notes or debentures;

    (6) acquire or sell the assets and assume the liabilities of a member; and

    (7) enter into agreements with credit unions to discount or purchase loans made pursuant to government-guaranteed loan programs, real estate loans made by members, or any obligations of the United States or any agency thereof held by members. (Added 2005, No. 16, § 1, eff. July 1, 2005.)