Computation of guaranty fund
(1) To determine the amount of a guaranty fund of an Oregon nonstock bank, the total liabilities due and accrued, undivided profits and net earnings since the last declaration of dividends shall be subtracted from the total assets. In determining the value of the assets:
(a) Securities, other evidences of indebtedness and other interest-bearing obligations shall be carried at a sum, not to exceed their cost to the Oregon nonstock bank, calculated according to accepted principles of accounting.
(b) Real estate shall not be estimated above cost unless its fair market value has been determined by written appraisal made by a certified appraiser and approved by the board of the Oregon nonstock bank, in which case the real estate may be carried at the fair market value determined by the appraisal. If the real estate has been acquired by foreclosure or judgment at more than its actual fair market value, the value of the real estate shall be determined by written appraisal made by a certified appraiser and approved by the board of the Oregon nonstock bank and filed with the Oregon nonstock bank.
(c) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, the following shall be excluded:
(A) Assets that have been disallowed by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services or the directors of the Oregon nonstock bank;
(B) Debts owed to an Oregon nonstock bank that have remained due and upon which no interest has been paid for more than one year; and
(C) Debts on which a judgment has been recovered which has remained unsatisfied for more than two years.
(2) A debt mentioned in subsection (1)(c) of this section may be carried as an asset and will not be excluded in determining the value of the assets if:
(a) The director, upon application by the Oregon nonstock bank, fixes a valuation at which the debt may be carried as an asset; or
(b) The debt is secured by a first mortgage upon real estate and is carried as an asset at the amount of the debt secured by the mortgage or at the actual fair market value of the real estate as determined by written appraisal made by a certified appraiser and approved by the board of the Oregon nonstock bank and filed with the Oregon nonstock bank, whichever is smaller. [Amended by 1973 c.797 §387; 1997 c.631 §354; 2003 c.576 §551]
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