By Milton R Schroeder
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5] Variable Rate and Other Nontraditional Mortgage Transactions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 03 Credit Disclosure Regulation: Truth-in-Lending Act . . . . .. 15 26·16 26-16 26·18 26-19 26·23 26·25  Scope and Requirements of the Act ,................... 26-26  Closed-End and Open-End Credit Arrangements " 26-31 [a] Closed-End Credit Disclosure Requirements. . . . .. 26-31 TABLE OF CONTENTS xxxv     [b] Open-End Credit Disclosure Requirements " Consumer Leases.
Table 18, p. 252 (1986). S. 12 In stock associations, the association is controlled by its stockholders as in the typical stock corporation. Federal savings and loan associations may organize as either mutual associations or stock associations. "" Under regulations of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, the holders of accounts and borrowers from a mutual association have voting rights. " The FHLBB's regulations also permit associations to organize as stock associations. " In addition, federal mutual associations may convert to stock organizations.
For services CQvered, see 12 USC § 248a(b) 'See 12 USC § 1815(a) depOSlI msurance syslem. (J 982). 01  OVERVIEW 2-4 to regulation by the FDIC with regard to their banking practices and corporate structure. As a result of the different ways in which state banks are organized, there are four different types of banks: national banks, state member banks, state nonmember FDIC-insured banks, and state banks that are neither FDIC insured nor members of the Federal Reserve System. Table 2-1 shows the number of banks in each category and gives information on their assets and liabilities; Table 2-2 shows the number ofbanking offices in the United States.
Bank officer's handbook of commercial banking law by Milton R Schroeder