Section 5-17-14

Capital; lien on shares and deposits of members; entrance fee.

The capital of a credit union shall consist of the payments that have been made to it by the several members thereof on shares. The credit union shall have a lien on the shares and deposits of a member for any sum due to the credit union from said member or for any loan endorsed by him. A credit union may charge an entrance fee as may be fixed by the bylaws; provided, that such entrance fee shall not exceed $1.00.

(Acts 1927, No. 597, p. 696; Code 1940, T. 28, §293; Acts 1971, No. 2300, p. 3711.)