In order to provide stability for financial institutions, to facilitate the orderly reopening of as many building and loan associations as is practicable, and to provide for the protection of depositors, and to enable such institutions and associations, if appropriate, to facilitate economic development by rendering services to industry and commerce, to assist in acquiring, constructing, enlarging, improving, and equipping property, structures, equipment, and facilities within this state, all assets, deposits, or loans received by way of transfer, assignment, pledge, hypothecation, or otherwise, by the savings and loan assurance corporation, any funding for which is provided pursuant to Substitute Senate Bill No. 113 of the 116th general assembly as supplemented by Amended Substitute Senate Bill No. 119 of the 116th general assembly and by Substitute Senate Bill No. 143 of the 116th general assembly, may, notwithstanding Section 6 of Amended Substitute Senate Bill No. 119 of the 116th general assembly, be utilized by the corporation under the direction of the board of trustees of the corporation, and subject to the approval of the superintendent, for such purposes and in such manner as it deems most appropriate, provided, however, that no such assets, deposits, or loans received by the fund shall be used for the benefit of a building and loan association for which a conservatorship was in place on March 18, 1985. The corporation may, subject to the approval of the superintendent, without limitation on the generality of the foregoing, indemnify FSLIC, FDIC, or their successor or successors, pay premiums for private insurance for building and loan associations, make capital contributions to or capital investments in, invest in notes, debentures or other obligations or securities of, or extend credit whether secured or unsecured to, release or discharge the indebtedness of, building and loan associations, any of which shall be evidenced by documents of such nature and conditions as determined by the corporation, and place certificates of assurance which shall evidence the corporation's obligation to provide funds in the event that a demand is made for such funds which certificates shall also provide a repayment schedule for the retirement of the certificates of assurance. All moneys lent by the corporation pursuant to this section shall be made subject to repayment to the corporation within not more than eight years.
Cite as R.C. § 1155.25
History. Effective Date: 04-06-1985