The Federal Credit Union Act of 1934 required that their member-owners share a "common bond of occupation or association.
What does FCUA stand for?
FCUA stands for Federal Credit Union Act
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Organized under the Federal Credit Union Act 75 years ago, Sperry Federal Credit Union serves as an alternative to commercial banks, and has made car and home ownership possible for thousands of working class families.
Roosevelt signed the Federal Credit Union Act into law in 1934.
For this definition, banks refer to the 1934 Federal Credit Union Act, which stated, "Federal credit union membership shall be limited to groups having a common bond.
The court interpreted the Federal Credit Union Act as limiting membership in a federal credit union to individuals sharing a single common bond.
Under the Federal Credit Union Act of 1934, credit unions under a community charter may admit members within a well-defined area or neighborhood.
In 1934, Congress passed the Federal Credit Union Act, which said a credit union's membership should be limited to a common bond of association or occupation.
Also, the Federal Credit Union Act (FCUA) does not require credit unions to prepare written statements regarding their compliance with laws and regulations.