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  370.359.  Conversion from state to federal or federal to state credit union, procedure. — 1.  A credit union holding a certificate of organization under the laws of this state may be converted into a federal credit union under the laws of the United States by complying with the following requirements:

  (1)  The proposition for the conversion shall first be approved, and a date set for a vote thereon by the members, either at a meeting to be held on the date or by ballot to be cast on or before the date, by a majority of the directors of the state credit union.  Written notice of the proposition and of the date set for the vote shall then be delivered in person to each member, or mailed or delivered to each member at the address for the member appearing on the records of the credit union, not more than thirty nor less than fourteen days prior to the date.  Approval of the proposition for conversion shall be by the affirmative vote of a majority of the members who vote by written or electronic ballot.  All members should be provided the opportunity to vote, without being required to attend the meeting where the proposition is voted on;

  (2)  A statement of the results of the vote, verified by the affidavits of the president or vice president and the secretary, shall be filed with the director of the division of credit unions and the secretary of state within ten days after the vote is taken;

  (3)  Promptly after the vote is taken and in no event later than ninety days thereafter, if the proposition for conversion was approved by the vote, the credit union shall take such action as may be necessary under the United States law to make it a federal credit union, and within ten days after receipt of the federal credit union charter there shall be filed with the secretary of state and the director of the division of credit unions, a copy of the charter thus issued.  Upon filing, the credit union shall cease to be a state credit union;

  (4)  Upon ceasing to be a state credit union, the credit union shall no longer be subject to any of the provisions of this chapter.  The successor federal credit union shall be vested with all of the assets and shall continue responsible for all the obligations of the state credit union to the same extent as though the conversion had not taken place.

  2.  A federal credit union, organized under the laws of the United States, may be converted into a state credit union by:

  (1)  Complying with all federal requirements requisite to enabling it to convert to a state credit union;

  (2)  Filing with the director of the division of credit unions proof of the compliance, satisfactory to him; and

  (3)  Filing with the director of the division of credit unions a certificate of organization as required by this chapter.

  3.  When the director of the division of credit unions has been satisfied that all of these requirements, and all other requirements of this chapter, have been complied with, he shall approve the organization certificate, a copy of which shall be filed with the secretary of state.  Upon approval, the federal credit union shall become a state credit union as of the date it ceases to be a federal credit union.  The state credit union shall be vested with all of the assets and shall continue responsible for all of the obligations of the federal credit union to the same extent as though the conversion had not taken place.

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(L. 1967 p. 509, A.L. 1972 S.B. 502, A.L. 2011 S.B. 306)


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