A borrower from a building and loan association may tender, in discharge of any of his obligations to the association, credit to a deposit account standing in his name on the books of the association, regardless of when such credit was created or transferred to the name of such borrower, and the association shall accept such tender at the full face value of such credit in discharge of such obligations; but for each dollar of such credit so tendered, the borrower shall, if required by the association, pay one dollar in cash.
No such association shall refuse to transfer such a credit, or a portion of such a credit, on its books unless the association has a valid lien on such credit, or a valid right of appropriation thereof, or unless the transferee is not the owner of the credit sought to be transferred.
Cite as R.C. § 1151.24
History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953