C-67.3 - Act respecting financial services cooperatives

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242. The board of directors shall exercise all the powers necessary to manage, or supervise the management of, the internal affairs and the activities of the credit union, and those powers may be delegated to an officer, a manager or one or more committees of the board.
Except to the extent provided by law, the powers of the board of directors relating to the reception of deposits and the provision of credit and other products and services may not be restricted or withdrawn.
The by-laws of the credit union may determine the powers relating to the internal affairs of the credit union that the board of directors may exercise only with the authorization of the general meeting.
2000, c. 29, s. 242; 2018, c. 232018, c. 23, s. 147.
242. The affairs of a credit union are managed by the board of directors, subject to any functions devolved upon another organ of the credit union.
The by-laws of a credit union may specify those powers that the board of directors may exercise only if so authorized by the general meeting. The management of routine business cannot, however, be made subject to such authorization.
2000, c. 29, s. 242.