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A governor, officer, or employee or former governor, officer, or employee of the corporation is not liable for civil damages or a criminal fine by reason of the person's act or omission as a governor, officer, or employee of the corporation, or by reason of the act or omission of the corporation, the board of governors, officers, or employees unless (1) the person acts with actual knowledge that the person was acting outside the scope of the person's authority, (2) at the time of the act or omission the person was acting or failing to act for a purpose which the person knew was not in the best interests of the corporation, or (3) with respect to a criminal act, the person had actual knowledge or should have known the person's act was unlawful. If a claim or action is brought against a person entitled to the protection of this section, the claim or action will be defended by the state, except that the person shall reimburse the state for the cost to the state of the person's defense if the provisions of (1), (2), or (3) of this section apply to the person.
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