Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 15. Mutual Savings Bank Act
Section 280. Investment in Promissory Notes.
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AS 06.15.280. Investment in Promissory Notes.

Subject to the provisions of this chapter and regulations under this chapter, a mutual bank may invest in a promissory note, subject to the following limitations:

(1) a promissory note payable to the order of the mutual bank that is

(A) secured by the assignment of one or more mortgages in which a mutual bank may invest if the amount so invested in the note does not exceed 90 percent of the principal sum secured by the mortgages; the assignment of a mortgage taken as security for the note shall be recorded or registered in the office of the proper recording officer of the recording precinct in which the real property described in the mortgage is located;

(B) secured by any of the bonds or other securities in which a mutual bank may invest if the amount invested in the note does not exceed 90 percent of the market value of the bonds or other securities at the time of the investment;

(C) secured by an insurance policy to the extent of the policy's cash surrender value;

(D) made by a savings and loans association that has been incorporated three years or more and has an accumulated capital of at least $50,000;

(2) a promissory note payable to the order of the mutual bank within one year from its date that is secured by the assignment of a deposit in a federally insured thrift institution if the amount of the investment in the note is not in excess of the amount of the deposit.

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