In undertaking the examination of any credit union, neither the Commonwealth of Kentucky,
the commissioner of the Department of Financial Institutions, nor any examiner employed
by the Commonwealth shall become liable to any depositor, investor, or other obligor
of said credit union by reason of said examination or omission of said examination
to fully and effectively disclose the financial condition of said credit union, it
being the policy of the Commonwealth of Kentucky that such examinations as are required
by KRS 286.6-100 are for the purpose of determining compliance with state law and not for the purpose
of protecting or guaranteeing the depositors, investors or other obligors of said
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