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What are the collateral and security requirements?
Unless the director grants a waiver:
(1) All member business loans must be secured by collateral in accordance with this section, except the following:
(a) A credit card line of credit granted to nonnatural persons that is limited to routine purposes normally made available under such lines of credit; and
(b) A loan made by a credit union where the loan and the credit union meet each of the following criteria:
(i) The amount of the loan does not exceed one hundred thousand dollars;
(ii) The aggregate of unsecured MBL under (b) of this subsection does not exceed ten percent of the credit union's net worth;
(iii) The credit union has a net worth of at least seven percent; and
(iv) The credit union submits reports to the division of credit unions with its NCUA 5300 reports, providing figures and other detail as may be requested by the director to demonstrate compliance with (b) of this subsection;
(2) In the case of a member business loan secured by collateral on which the credit union will have a first lien, you may grant the loan with a LTV ratio in excess of eighty percent only where the value in excess of eighty percent is:
(a) Covered through acquisition of private mortgage or equivalent type insurance provided by an insurer acceptable to the credit union; or
(b) Insured or guaranteed, or subject to advance commitment to purchase, by any federal or state agency (or any political subdivision of a state).
In no case may the LTV ratio exceed ninety-five percent;
(3) In the case of a member business loan secured by collateral on which the credit union will have a second or lesser priority lien, you may not grant the loan with a LTV ratio in excess of eighty percent; and
(4) In the case of member business loans secured by the same collateral:
(a) On which the credit union will have a first lien as well as other lesser priority liens, you may grant the loans with a LTV ratio in excess of eighty percent only if subsection (2)(a) or (b) of this section is satisfied. In no case may the LTV ratio exceed ninety-five percent; and
(b) On which the credit union will have lesser priority liens but no first lien, you may not grant the loans with a LTV ratio in excess of eighty percent.