The Act governing credit unions incorporated under Ohio law is vague on numerous pertinent matters. Many of the statutory provisions are unreasonable, and some of them are meaningless for all practical purposes. It is the purpose of this article to discuss in detail various portions of the Act, in the light of actual experience in credit union work.
Rathuel L. McCollum, The Credit Union Act of Ohio, 7 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 382 (1958)