(A) Without prejudice to the generality of the powers conferred by section 1151.47 of the Revised Code, a savings and loan association may invest in such real estate and interests therein as the board of directors considers necessary or convenient for the transaction of the business of the association, including the ownership of stock of a wholly owned subsidiary corporation having as its exclusive authority the ownership and management of such property or interests. The total amount so invested shall not exceed the amount of the association's net worth at the time the investment is made. An association may invest in such real estate in excess of the amount prescribed in this division with the written approval of the superintendent of savings and loan associations.
(B) An association may invest an amount equal to ten per cent of its assets in any other real estate. This limitation does not apply, however, to real estate acquired by foreclosure, conveyance in lieu of foreclosure, or other legal proceedings in relation to loan security interests.
(C) An association may own or hold any real estate which it acquires by foreclosure, conveyance in lieu of foreclosure, or other legal proceedings in relation to loan security interests, which it may hold for a period not in excess of five years; but the superintendent may, upon application of an association, grant to it in writing the power to hold such real estate for a longer period. Real estate sold on contract, but with title remaining in the name of the association, shall not be deemed real estate for the purpose of this division.
Cite as R.C. § 1151.27
History. Effective Date: 12-13-1984