Section 1733.39 | Requirements for doing business.
No credit union which is not organized under sections 1733.01 to 1733.45 of the Revised Code, or the "Federal Credit Union Act," 84 Stat. 994 (1970), 12 U.S.C. 1751, as amended, shall transact any business in this state until:
(A) It submits to the superintendent of credit unions an application for qualification in such form as shall be prescribed by the superintendent. Such application shall be accompanied by a copy of the articles of such credit union duly certified by, and under the seal of, the secretary of state, or other proper official, of the state under the laws of which the credit union was incorporated, which, when approved by the superintendent, shall be transmitted to the secretary of state for filing.
(B) It furnishes to the superintendent a copy of its rules duly certified by its president and secretary;
(C) It submits to the superintendent a filing fee of fifty dollars payable to the treasurer of state, which shall be credited to the division of credit unions fund; provided, that in no event shall the fees paid for qualification in this state by any credit union domiciled in another state be less than the fees required to be paid by a credit union domiciled in this state for qualification in the state of domicile of such other credit union;
(D) Obtains a license to transact business as a foreign credit union from the superintendent.