Credit Union Act 1997
Appeal against non-approval of loan.
37.— (1) If an application for a loan which was considered by the credit committee or by a credit officer was not approved under section 36 , the applicant may appeal to an appellate body which, by a decision of such members of the body present at the meeting at which the appeal is considered as represents at least two-thirds of those present and a majority of the body as a whole, may give approval to the loan, overriding the decision of the credit committee or credit officer, as the case may be.
(2) The appellate body referred to in subsection (1) shall consist of—
( a) the board of directors, excluding, where the application for the loan was considered by the credit committee, any director who is a member of that committee; and
( b) F48 [ … ]
F49 [ (3) For the purposes of the consideration of an appeal under this section, the appellate body shall not be regarded as quorate unless there are present a majority of the directors referred to in subsection (2)(a) . ]
Deleted (11.10.2013) by Credit Union and Co-operation with Overseas Regulators Act 2012 (40/2012), s. 35 and sch. 1 item 18, S.I. No. 393 of 2013.
Substituted (11.10.2013) by Credit Union and Co-operation with Overseas Regulators Act 2012 (40/2012), s. 35 and sch. 1 item 19, S.I. No. 393 of 2013.