(A) A building and loan association may receive money on deposit or stock deposits from any persons, firms, corporations, and courts, or their agents, officers, and appointees and may pay interest thereon. When such deposits are made to the joint account of two or more persons, whether adults or minors, with a joint order to the association that such deposits or any part thereof are to be payable on the order of any of such joint depositors, and to continue to be so payable notwithstanding the death or incapacity of one or more of the persons making them, such account shall be payable to any of such survivors or order notwithstanding such death or incapacity. No recovery shall be had against such association for amounts so paid and charged to such account. An association may charge fees in connection with the administration of accounts and deposits established under this chapter.
A building and loan association may receive deposits of moneys of the state or any subdivision thereof as defined in section 135.01 of the Revised Code.
Subject to regulation of the United States treasury department, a savings and loan association may act as a depository for federal taxes and as a treasury tax and loan depository. An association may permit such accounts to be subject to immediate withdrawal.
(B) In addition to the custodian power authorized by division (A) of this section, an association may specifically serve as custodian for any fund which qualifies, at the time the association becomes custodian, for tax treatment under section 408 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Cite as R.C. § 1151.19
History. Effective Date: 09-03-1984