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26-2173.  Corporate powers — Idaho corporate credit union. The Idaho corporate credit union shall have the general rights and powers of any other credit union organized under the Idaho Credit Union Act and shall have the following additional powers:
(a)  As authorized by its board of directors or executive committee, to deposit in federally insured state and national banks and deposit with or invest in shares of or loans to United States central credit union to an extent which shall not exceed its shares, and certificates of deposit.
(b)  Receive investments from members in the form of shares or corporate deposits. Time deposits of surplus funds shall be evidenced by certificates of deposit having a maturity of not less than ninety (90) days. Surplus funds are those funds which are not needed to meet the member’s loan needs or expenses.
(c)  To pay and return on shares, share certificates and deposits at such rates as are determined by the board of directors, giving due consideration to the amount and time period of the savings or investment commitment.
(d)  To borrow from any source except individuals provided that the total amount shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of its members’ shares, daily interest deposits and certificates of deposit. Provided that with prior written approval of the director of finance, the corporate credit union may exceed the fifty percent (50%) limitation.
(e)  To make loans and to participate with the United States central credit union in making loans to members of the corporate credit union upon the terms and conditions determined by the board of directors.
(f)  To make deposits in any member credit union in this state and the United States central credit union.
(g)  To purchase the fixed assets of a member credit union if the board of directors of the corporate credit union determines it in the best interest of the member credit union.
(h)  To develop and enter into agreement for the purpose of participation in any governmental agency liquidity or interlending system among credit unions and for the purpose of aiding credit unions in establishing concentrated lines of credit with other financial institutions, and to act as a depositor and transmitter of funds for the purpose of carrying out this power.
(i)  To accept deposits from the United States central credit union in the form of certificates of deposit.

[26-2173, added 1977, ch. 213, sec. 2, p. 612.]

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