Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 45. Alaska Credit Union Act
Section 140. Powers and Duties of Credit Committee.
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AS 06.45.140. Powers and Duties of Credit Committee.

(a) The credit committee shall hold meetings to consider applications for loans and lines of credit as the business of the credit union may require but not less frequently than once a month. Reasonable notice of the meetings shall be given to members of the credit committee.

(b) Except for the loans or lines of credit required to be approved by the board of directors under AS 06.45.060 (5), a majority of the entire credit committee may approve an application.

(c) The credit committee may delegate to a loan officer the power to approve loans and lines of credit. A loan officer shall furnish to the credit committee a record of each approved or unapproved application within seven days of the filing of the application.

(d) An application not approved by a loan officer shall be acted on by the credit committee.

(e) An individual may not disburse funds of a credit union for a loan, line of credit, or application that the individual approved in the capacity of loan officer.

(f) Applications for loans and lines of credit shall be made on forms prepared by the credit committee.

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