1133.06 Loans - obligations - reserves.

Any society for savings or savings society may make loans in reliance for repayment on the character and earning capacity of the borrower, and in addition to discounting interest at the rate allowed by law, require such borrower, as security for the loan, to make periodical deposits with the society during the period of the loan, with or without an allowance of interest on the deposits, and with or without additional security. The society may purchase any obligation payable in installments, with or without recourse on the holder from which it is purchased, and such transactions shall not be deemed usurious. No reserve shall be required against deposits hypothecated to secure indebtedness of a depositor to the society, and such hypothecated deposits shall not be included in the whole amount of deposits referred to in section 1133.10 of the Revised Code.

Cite as R.C. § 1133.06

History. Effective Date: 01-01-1997