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Section: Definitions

Statute: 17:13-103

a. Shares, share certificates, deposits and deposit certificates of a credit union may be withdrawn for payment to the account holder or to third parties in accordance with procedures established by the board and subject to regulation of the commissioner. The bylaws may provide for members giving written notice of withdrawal, not exceeding 30 days. If the funds available to the credit union are insufficient to pay all withdrawals, then each member seeking withdrawal shall receive a pro rata share of the assets of the credit union which are available for withdrawal. b. Any non-member who, by assignment, as a legal representative, trustee, or otherwise, acquires title to the shares of a member, may withdraw the shares on the same basis as a member, except that unless he becomes a member, he shall have no other rights attendant to membership. c. The board shall have the authority to retire the shares of any member or group of members in the manner provided in its bylaws. Shares retired shall be paid in the same manner and subject to the same conditions as withdrawals. L.1984, c. 171, s. 25, eff. Oct. 31, 1984.

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