17:12B-221. Voting rights
Notwithstanding any other provision or provisions of the law granting, governing, defining or limiting the powers or right of members to vote upon any question or issue whatsoever requiring the consent or approval of the members of the State association by the vote of the majority or otherwise, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, shall be entitled, at any meeting or meetings of the State association held after the commissioner takes possession of the business and property of the State association, to cast 1 vote for each member of the State association whose account is insured and who is not entitled by way of withdrawal or maturity rights to a sum greater than the maximum amount for which a single member may be insured by the corporation, and whose account has been paid, or made available for payment. The right to vote herein conferred shall be exercised by the corporation by any of its officers, or by such person or persons as its board of trustees may designate. All votes so cast by the corporation shall have the same effect and shall be considered for all purposes whatsoever as if severally and individually cast by the members of the State association whose account, or accounts are insured as aforesaid, and who are severally entitled to a sum not greater than the maximum amount for which a single member may be insured by the corporation.
L.1963, c. 144, s. 221.
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