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Code of Virginia
Title 6.2. Financial Institutions and Services
Chapter 13. Credit Unions

§ 6.2-1333. Establishment of corporation; purposes.

A. Nine or more individuals, all of whom are duly authorized representatives, respectively, of nine or more credit unions may, pursuant to the provisions of the Virginia Nonstock Corporation Act (§ 13.1-801 et seq.), establish a corporation for the purpose of:

1. Aiding and assisting any member credit union that is in liquidation or is experiencing financial difficulties, such as insolvency or nonliquidity, in order that the shares of a member of a member credit union shall be protected;

2. Providing insurance for the shares of members of a member credit union in amounts, not less than $20,000, that shall be established from time to time by the corporation with the approval of the Commission; and

3. Cooperating with the Commission and member credit unions in maintaining and advancing the financial integrity of member credit unions.

B. Except as otherwise herein provided, a corporation organized in accordance with this article shall (i) have the powers contained in the Virginia Nonstock Corporation Act (§ 13.1-801 et seq.); (ii) be subject to the provisions thereof; and (iii) include in its corporate name the words "Credit Union Share Insurance."

1974, c. 587, § 6.1-226.3; 2010, c. 794.

The chapters of the acts of assembly referenced in the historical citation at the end of this section may not constitute a comprehensive list of such chapters and may exclude chapters whose provisions have expired.