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Chapter 3. Credit Unions
. Retention or destruction of records
. Records and reports
. Loans to members
. Loans to other credit unions
. Sales of negotiable checks, travelers checks and money orders
. Purchase or sale of eligible obligations
. Purchase or sale of assets and assumption of liabilities
. Officer compensation
. Interest refund
. Loan security
. Share drafts
. Alternative mortgage instruments
. Central liquidity facility
. Organization requirements
. Solicitation materials
. Insurance of accounts
. Surety bond
. Application for branch or change of location
. Conversion, federal to state
. Conversion, state to federal
. Division of assets, liabilities and capital
. Embezzlement by officers or employees
. Debt collection practices
. Credit union associations
. Communication between members
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