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Enrolled House Bill (H)

DIGEST

Financial institutions and consumer credit. Makes various changes to the statutes concerning: (1) first lien mortgage lenders; (2) persons licensed under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC); (3) civil proceeding advance payment providers; (4) debt management companies; (5) banks; (6) credit unions; (7) pawnbrokers; (8) money transmitters; and (9) licensed cashers of checks. Repeals a provision in the statute governing credit unions that concerns loans made by a credit union to the credit union's individual directors and committee members. Amends a provision in the statute governing credit unions that concerns loans made by a credit union to the credit union's Financial institutions and consumer credit. Makes various changes to the statutes concerning: (1) first lien mortgage lenders; (2) persons licensed under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code (UCCC); (3) civil proceeding advance payment providers; (4) debt management companies; (5) banks; (6) credit unions; (7) pawnbrokers; (8) money transmitters; and (9) licensed cashers of checks. Repeals a provision in the statute governing credit unions that concerns loans made by a credit union to the credit union's individual directors and committee members. Amends a provision in the statute governing credit unions that concerns loans made by a credit union to the credit union's individual officers to: (1) include extensions of credit made to the credit union's individual directors and supervisory committee members (and to the immediate family members and related interests of the credit union's individual directors and supervisory committee members); and (2) specify that such extensions of credit shall be made in accordance with Regulation O of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Provides that an appraisal required in connection with a real estate mortgage loan to a credit union member must be: (1) a written appraisal; or (2) a written estimate of market value; consistent with the appraisal standards and transaction value limitations set forth in the appraisal regulations of the National Credit Union Administration. ... View more