6-553. Deposit accounts
A. A credit union may only accept deposit accounts from its members, employers of members, sponsors of profit or pension trusts of those members, other credit unions and governmental units, and from nonmembers in the case of credit unions serving predominantly low income members in accordance with nonmember deposit requirements of the national credit union administration for federal credit unions, and subject to the terms, rates, limits and conditions established by the board of directors.
B. The credit union may pay interest on deposit accounts at various rates with due regard to the conditions that pertain to each type of account such as minimum balance, notice and time requirements.
C. A deposit account is a debt owed by the credit union to the account holder. Ownership of a deposit account does not confer membership or voting rights and does not represent an interest in the capital of the credit union.Section: Previous 6-538 6-539 6-540 6-541 6-542 6-551 6-552 6-553 6-554 6-555 6-556 6-557 6-558 6-561 6-562 Next
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