Minnesota Statutes 50.147 - Authorized Investments; Student Loans
Minnesota Statutes > Banking > Chapter 50 > § 50.147 - Authorized Investments; Student Loans
Current as of: 2010
In addition to other investments authorized by law, a savings bank organized under the laws of this state may make student loans. Such loans may be secured or unsecured, and the lender may require a comaker or guaranty under a governmental student loan guarantee plan, or both. The borrower shall certify to the lender that the proceeds of the loan are to be used by a student solely for the payment of expenses of college, university or vocational education.
1969 c 658 s 1
Federal Regulations: Savings Banks
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