(A) A building and loan association may lend, or purchase loans that have been made, on such terms as are provided by the association upon obligations secured by pledge of any negotiable evidence of debt arising from loans for the payment of expenses of education. The borrower shall certify to the association that the proceeds of the loan are to be used by a full-time or half-time student solely for the payment of expenses of college, university, technical, vocational, or post-secondary education. For the purpose of this section, "education" means education at an institution which has been certified eligible to participate in federal guaranteed student loan programs by the United States department of education pursuant to the "Higher Education Act of 1965," 20 U.S.C.A. 1071 et seq., as amended. However, the aggregate of all loans for education shall at no time exceed five percent of the association's assets.
(B) A building and loan association may lend on such terms as are provided by the association upon obligations secured by pledge of stock or deposits in such association, but such loans shall not exceed the face value of such stock or deposits. No loan may be granted upon nonwithdrawable stock as security and no association may grant loans on stock or deposits when it has on file applications more than thirty days old for the repurchase of stock or the withdrawal of deposits. This section does not prevent an association from renewing such loans existing on August 3, 1955.
(C) A building and loan association may lend on such terms as are provided by the association upon obligations secured by pledge of any of the securities provided for in section 1151.34 of the Revised Code not in excess of ten per cent of the assets of the association.
(D) Notwithstanding sections 1151.29 to 1151.296 and 1151.42 of the Revised Code, a building and loan association may make loans to its members or others evidenced by notes secured by mortgage or representing obligations insured by the federal housing administrator or the secretary of agriculture of the United States under Title I of "The Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act," 50 Stat. 515 (1937), 7 U.S.C. 1010, as amended, and may sell or hypothecate said notes. Associations may do all things necessary to obtain such insurance.
(E) A building and loan association may make or acquire loans made for a project as defined in section 122.39 of the Revised Code, the payments on which are partly insured by the director of development pursuant to section 122.451 of the Revised Code.
Effective Date: 12-02-1996