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     Idaho Statutes

Idaho Statutes are updated to the website July 1 following the legislative session.


26-2123.  Shares and certificates of deposit. A share may be in increments of five dollars ($5.00) with a minimum of five dollars ($5.00) and a maximum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) as the board of directors shall establish. The shares of a credit union shall all be common shares of one (1) class and have a par value as established by the board and bylaws. A member may purchase shares which will earn dividends as duly established by the board pursuant to section 26-2130, Idaho Code. Members may also purchase certificates of deposit which will be for a specified length of time and earn interest with a guaranteed rate to be established by the board of directors pursuant to section 26-2130, Idaho Code. No certificate shall be issued to denote ownership of a share of the credit union. Shares paid for may be transferred in such manner as the bylaws may prescribe.
In the event of default the credit union shall have and may exercise a lien on the shares and deposits of any member for any sum due the credit union from said member or for any loan made to, cosigned or endorsed by him. Christmas clubs, vacation clubs, travel clubs and other thrift organizations within the membership, which shall have the prior approval of the director of finance, may be established by the board of directors.

[26-2123, added 1977, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 596.]

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