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Texas Finance Code - FIN § 95.008. Redemption of Deposit Account

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(a) If no contractual prohibition exists, a savings bank may redeem in the manner the board determines all or part of its deposit accounts if the savings bank:

(1) not later than the 31st day before the redemption date, gives notice of the redemption by certified mail to each affected account holder at the holder's last address as recorded on the books of the savings bank;  and

(2) not later than the redemption date, sets aside the amount necessary for the redemption and keeps the amount available for redemption.

(b) Redemption of deposit accounts must be on a nondiscriminatory basis.

(c) The redemption price of a deposit account is the withdrawal value of the account.

(d) All rights, including the accrual of earnings, that relate to a deposit account called for redemption, other than the right of the account holder of record to receive the redemption price, terminate as of the redemption date.

(e) A savings bank may not redeem any of its deposit accounts if the savings bank is subject to a supervisory control or conservatorship action under Chapter 96, unless the commissioner directs the redemption.

Cite this article: - Texas Finance Code - FIN § 95.008. Redemption of Deposit Account - last updated April 14, 2021 |

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