A building and loan association may dissolve by a majority vote of the stock entitled to be voted under its constitution. Such vote shall be consistent with section 1151.20 of the Revised Code, and such dissolution shall be subject to the contract rights of the association's borrowers and the vested rights of its members.
No such association shall dissolve until after it has filed an application to dissolve with the superintendent of building and loan associations and said superintendent has consented in writing to such dissolution and certified, upon examination of said association, that it is in a safe and sound condition.
Upon receipt of such consent and certificate, the association may file in the office of the secretary of state a certificate signed by the president or a vice-president, and by the secretary or an assistant secretary of the association, verified by an oath of the signers stating the name of the corporation; the place where its principal office is located; the names and post-office addresses of its directors and officers, and if any such address is in a city, the street and number or other particular description thereof; that it elects to wind up and dissolve; and that such signers have been authorized to execute and file such certificate by a resolution adopted as provided in this section.
Before such certificate is filed, the approval of the superintendent shall be indorsed on it.
Unclaimed share accounts, deposits, dividends, and other intangible property of a building and loan association dissolved under this section that remain in the hands of the liquidators for a period of six months after the certificate of dissolution has been filed in the office of the secretary of state shall be reported as unclaimed funds pursuant to sections 169.03 and 169.05 of the Revised Code, except that division (D) of section 169.03 of the Revised Code does not apply.
Effective Date: 10-16-1972