1151.08 [Repealed Effective 1/1/2018] Capital and other requirements for commencement of business.

(A) When capital stock is mentioned in the articles of incorporation of a savings and loan association, it shall mean the authorized capital. The organization of the association may be completed and business commenced when a sum equal to five per cent of such authorized capital is subscribed and paid in and the names and addresses of its officers and not less than two copies of its constitution and bylaws have been filed with and approved by the superintendent of savings and loan associations. No such corporation shall transact any business, except such as is incidental and necessary to its preliminary organization, until it has been authorized by the superintendent to do so. No amendment to such constitution or bylaws shall become effective until approved by the superintendent. The authorized capital of such corporation shall be not less than two million dollars nor more than ten million dollars, as the superintendent of savings and loan associations may determine. In addition, the superintendent of savings and loan associations may, in his discretion, fix the amount of reserve funds to be established by the sale of the stock at a premium and the amount of the expense fund for operating losses to be created by nonrefundable contributions. Five years after the association commences business, any remaining balance in such expense fund shall be transferred to the reserve funds, if the association is on a profitable operating basis as determined by the superintendent.

(B) The stock sold by any savings and loan association shall be accounted for to the association in the full amount paid for it. No commission or fee shall be paid for selling such stock. The superintendent shall refuse authority to commence business to any savings and loan association if commissions, contributions, or fees have been paid or contracted to be paid, directly or indirectly, by anyone, for selling or securing subscriptions for stock in such savings and loan association.

(C) Division (B) of this section does not apply to any sale of stock by an association after authority has been given to such association to commence business under section 1151.09 of the Revised Code or after it has converted from a bank or a savings bank pursuant to section 1151.64 of the Revised Code.

Repealed by 132nd General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 49, §130.23, eff. 1/1/2018.

Effective Date: 10-23-1991.