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A member may be expelled by a two-thirds vote of the members of a credit union present at a special meeting called for the purpose, but only after the member has been given an opportunity to be heard. Withdrawal or expulsion of a member does not discharge the liability of the member to the credit union. The amount to be paid a withdrawing or expelled member by a credit union shall be determined and paid in the manner specified in the bylaws.
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