BANKS AND BANKING
IDAHO CREDIT UNION ACT
26-2143. Branch offices. A credit union may under such regulations as the director may adopt establish branch offices at locations other than its main office if the maintenance of such branch offices shall be reasonably necessary to furnish services to its membership. The credit union must justify that ninety per cent (90%) of the cost of the branch and its operation will be derived from existing and potential membership in the proposed area. No additional branch offices shall be established to serve persons who are not entitled to membership as defined in the common bond provision of the existing field of membership.
Prior written approval of the director shall be necessary for the establishment of branch offices. He shall have the authority to issue notice and hold a hearing to determine if the establishment of the branch office is necessary and in the best interests of the credit union.
The applicant credit union will pay to the department of finance an investigation fee to cover the actual cost of investigation not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500). These funds will be deposited into the finance administrative account pursuant to section 67-2702, Idaho Code.
[26-2143, added 1977, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 607; am. 1984, ch. 47, sec. 6, p. 80.]