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(a) For purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:
(1) “Credit manager” means any individual, regardless of title, designated pursuant to Section 14600 to fulfill the duties of a credit manager.
(2) “Obligation” means any loan or approved line of credit, including both used and unused portions, on which the official is a borrower, coborrower, cosigner, endorser, or guarantor.
(3) “Officer” means an officer, as described in Section 14500, that is employed by the credit union.
(4) “Official” means a director, member of the supervisory committee, member of the audit committee, or member of the credit committee of a credit union.
(b) A credit union shall not enter into any obligation with any official, directly or indirectly, unless all of the following apply:
(1) The obligation complies with all lawful requirements of this division with respect to obligations permitted for other members of the credit union.
(2) The obligation is not on terms more favorable than those extended to other members of the credit union.
(3) The obligation is entered into in accordance with a written policy adopted by the directors establishing that all officials shall have an equal opportunity to enter into obligations with the credit union.
(c) A credit union shall not enter into any obligation with any official, directly or indirectly, unless all of the following requirements are satisfied:
(1) Upon the making of the obligation, the aggregate amount of obligations outstanding to all officials, except obligations fully secured by shares, shall not exceed 20 percent of the aggregate dollar amount of all savings capital of the credit union.
(2) The obligation, except any portion of an obligation fully secured by shares, shall not exceed the maximum obligation to the credit union set forth in subdivisions (b) and (c) of Section 15100.
(3) Any obligation that would cause the aggregate amount of obligations outstanding to the official to exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), excluding any portion fully secured by shares, shall be approved by the credit committee or the credit manager, and by the board of directors. An official shall not take part in any credit decision, directly or indirectly, for the official's benefit and shall not be present during any portion of any committee or board meeting where the official's credit application is under consideration.
(4) The names of members of the credit committee, the credit manager, and board of directors who voted to authorize or ratify the obligation shall be entered in their respective minutes.
(d) A credit union shall not permit an official to become surety for any obligation created by the credit union for anyone other than a member of the official's immediate family.
(e) A credit union shall not enter into any obligation with any credit manager or any officer employed by the credit union unless the obligation is in compliance with all requirements of this division with respect to obligations permitted for other nonemployee members, and not on terms more favorable than those extended to other employees, and approved by the board of directors.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Nevada Revised Statutes Title 2. Civil Practice § 21.040. Return of execution - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nv/title-2-civil-practice/nv-rev-st-21-040/
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