§ 19-3-5. Non-legal investments.
(a) Any financial institution or credit union may hold stocks, bonds, or other securities of a non-legal character acquired in settlements and reorganizations effected to reduce or avoid losses on defaulted bonds and investments. These securities shall be sold within five (5) years after being acquired; provided, however, that the director, or the director's designee, shall have discretionary power regarding the enforcement of the five-year (5) limitation, and these securities may be held after the expiration of the period of five (5) years until the director, or the director's designee, shall order the sale of these securities.
(b) An investment that was legal when acquired, but because of changed conditions has become of non-legal character may be held subject to the same provisions as subsection (a).
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 40.)