Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 26
BANKS AND BANKING
CHAPTER 21
IDAHO CREDIT UNION ACT
26-2111.  Expulsion and/or withdrawal from field or membership. A member of a credit union may be expelled by the board but only after an opportunity has been given him to be heard for the purpose of such expulsion. A written notice of this hearing setting forth the time, place, and date for such meeting shall be forwarded to the member by the board together with the charges which serve as the basis for the expulsion. The member may be expelled for failure to meet the conditions of his membership, failure to carry out his obligations to the credit union, conviction of a felony, neglect or refusal to comply with the provisions of the laws under which this credit union operates and the bylaws of the credit union, and habitual neglect to pay obligations. Upon completion of the hearing, and if the board has voted to expel the member, the member shall remain liable for any sums owed to the credit union for loans or other purposes. The credit union may require twenty (20) days’ written notice to withdraw shares and/or deposits by the member, as funds become available.

History:
[26-2111, added 1977, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 588.]


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