In enacting sections 1155.41 to 1155.47 of the Revised Code, the general assembly finds that the closure of certain financial institutions in the state has impaired the credit of the citizens of this state and created a real and present danger to the state and its citizens; that the people of this state by the adoption of Section 13 of Article VIII, Ohio Constitution, have authorized the general assembly to enact laws to provide for the economic welfare of the people of this state, including the authorization of revenue bonds or other obligations issued to acquire property within the state for the purposes set forth in such Section 13; and that the creation of the depositor assistance corporation as an instrumentality of the state is necessary for the protection of depositors, to facilitate the orderly reopening of building and loan associations, to provide stability for financial institutions, to promote the economic welfare of the people of the state, to stabilize the economy, to provide employment, to assist in the development within the state of commercial activities required for the people of the state, and for their gainful employment, and otherwise to create or preserve jobs and employment opportunities or improve the economic welfare of the people of the state. Sections 1155.41 to 1155.47 of the Revised Code shall at all times be construed to further these purposes and shall not be construed to modify any right of any depositor of a depository institution against such institution or against a deposit guaranty association, except as is expressly provided in such sections.
Cite as R.C. § 1155.41
History. Effective Date: 05-21-1985