(b) A credit union may assess charges to members, in accordance with the bylaws, for failure to meet their obligations to the credit union in a timely manner. A credit union may also assess charges for other benefits, including insurance, as allowed for lenders under law.
(c) Any charges in connection with a consumer loan, including late charges and deferral charges, permitted under this section shall conform and be limited to those allowed under article three, chapter forty-six-a of this code.
(b) Loans to members which in the aggregate exceed the amount shown in the schedule below shall be secured by such collateral having a value which is at least equal to any amount exceeding the limits in the following schedule, except that all loans exceeding five thousand dollars not subject to collateral shall be supported by a sworn financial statement:
(1) Five hundred dollars, in credit unions with assets of less than five thousand dollars;
(2) One thousand dollars in credit unions with assets of five thousand dollars and less than twenty-five thousand dollars;
(3) Two thousand dollars in credit unions with assets of twenty-five thousand dollars and less than one hundred thousand dollars;
(4) Five thousand dollars in credit unions with assets of one hundred thousand dollars and less than five hundred thousand dollars;
(5) Seven thousand dollars in credit unions with assets of five hundred thousand dollars and less than one million dollars; and
(6) Ten thousand dollars in credit unions with assets of onemillion dollars or more: Provided, That the commissioner may, upon request and at his or her discretion, approve in writing a higher unsecured loan limit amount for credit unions having assets of one million dollars or more.
(c) A borrower may pay the whole or part of the borrower's loan on any day the credit union is open for business.
(b) Lines of credit shall be subject to periodic review by the credit union, in accordance with the written policies of the credit union's board of directors, and approved or disapproved as to the granting of further loan advances.
(b) A credit union may purchase the conditional sales contracts, notes and similar instruments of its members.
(c) A credit union may finance for any person the sale of its personal property, including property obtained as a result of defaults in obligations owed to it, under the terms, conditions and rates provided by this chapter.
(b) A credit union may make loans to its officers, directors and members of its supervisory and credit committees: Provided, That:
(1) The loan complies with all requirements of this chapter and is not on terms more favorable than those extended to other borrowers; and
(2) The aggregate of loans to or guaranteed by all such officials combined, excepting those secured by shares or deposits, may not exceed twenty percent of the credit union's assets, and shall be shown in aggregate as a separate item in the reports rendered by the credit union and filed with the commissioner pursuant to section seven, article one of this chapter.
(c) No credit union officer, director, or member of its supervisory or credit committee may participate in making a credit approval of a loan in which they have a self-interest. If any member of the credit committee makes an application to borrow money from the credit union or becomes surety for any other member whose application for a loan is under consideration, the supervisory committee shall appoint a substitute to act on the credit committee in place of that member, during the consideration of theapplication.