BANKS AND BANKING; LOAN ASSOCIATIONS; CREDIT UNIONS
CREDIT UNION ACT
Corporate Credit Union
383-E:13-1309 Right of Set-Off; Security Interest.
The corporate credit union shall have a right of immediate set-off against the balances of the share and deposit accounts of each member for any amounts due from the member to the corporate credit union.
(a) The corporate credit union shall have a lien on all share and deposit accounts of each member in the amount of the total indebtedness of the member to the corporate credit union. The lien created by this subsection shall attach to the accounts and be effective whenever the member is indebted to the corporate credit union. The lien shall have priority over any interests of all members and unsecured creditors of the member credit unions of the corporate credit union.
(b) The board of directors or credit committee may require and accept additional security for loans to a member in the form of a pledge, assignment, hypothecation or mortgage of any assets of the member or a guarantor.
Source. 2015, 272:16, eff. Oct. 1, 2015.