Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 26
BANKS AND BANKING
CHAPTER 21
IDAHO CREDIT UNION ACT
26-2140B.  Removal of directors, officers, or employees. Any director, officer or employee of any credit union found by the director to be negligent, dishonest, reckless or incompetent in the performance of his official duties, shall be removed from office by the board of directors of such credit union on the written order of the director. If the directors neglect or refuse to remove such director, officer or employee, in the event any losses accrue to such credit union thereafter by reason of the negligence, dishonesty, recklessness or incompetency of such director, officer or employee, the written order of the director shall be deemed to be conclusive evidence of the negligence of the directors failing to act upon the same in any action brought against them, or any of them, for recovery of such losses. The director, officer or employee affected by order of the director may petition the district court in the judicial district in which the credit union is located to set aside the order of the director. Upon the filing of such petition the court shall have the jurisdiction to affirm, set aside, or modify the order of the director. If the directors fail or neglect to remove such director, officer or employee, and the director of the department of finance has reasonable cause to believe that the continued participation in the affairs of the credit union by the director, officer or employee will place the credit union in an unsafe or unsound condition, the director of the department of finance may apply to the district court for a temporary restraining order and injunction preventing the participation of the director, officer or employee in the affairs of the credit union. The findings of the director as to the facts, if supported by substantial evidence, shall be conclusive that the credit union director, officer or employee who is the subject of an order for removal by the director of the department of finance is or has been negligent, dishonest, reckless or incompetent in the performance of his duties.

History:
[26-2140B, added 1991, ch. 236, sec. 7, p. 572.]


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