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  370.101.  Oath required, when — conflict of interest, when — administrative subpoena powers. — 1.  The director of the division of credit unions and all employees of the division of credit unions, which term shall, for purposes of this section, include special agents, shall, before entering upon the discharge of their duties, take an oath that they will not reveal the conditions or affairs of any credit union or any facts pertaining to the same that may come to their knowledge by virtue of their official positions, unless required by law to do so in the discharge of the duties of their offices or when testifying in any court proceeding.  For purposes of this section, "credit union" shall mean any entity subject to chartering, licensing, or regulation by the division of credit unions.

  2.  Neither the director of the division of credit unions nor any employees of the division of credit unions who participate in the examination of any credit union, or who may be called upon to make any official decision or determination affecting the operation of any credit union, other than the  members of the credit union commission, shall be an officer or director of any credit union the division of credit unions regulates, nor shall they receive, directly or indirectly, any payment or gratuity from any such organization, nor engage in the negotiation of loans for others with any state-chartered credit union, nor shall be indebted to any state-chartered credit union.

  3.  The director of the division of credit unions, in connection with any examination or investigation of any person, company, or event, shall have the authority to compel the production of documents, in whatever form they may exist, and shall have the authority to compel the attendance of and administer oaths to any person having knowledge of any issue involved with the examination or investigation.  The director may seek judicial enforcement of an administrative subpoena by application to the appropriate court.  An administrative subpoena shall be subject to the same defenses or subject to a protective order or conditions as provided and deemed appropriate by the court in accordance with the Missouri supreme court rules.

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(L. 2011 S.B. 306)


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