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AGLO 1978 No. 9 >  March 14, 1978
BANKS AND BANKING - CREDIT UNIONS - LOANS - PERMISSIBLE DURATION OF LOANS BY STATE REGULATED CREDIT UNIONS
BANKS AND BANKING ‑- CREDIT UNIONS ‑- LOANS ‑- PERMISSIBLE DURATION OF LOANS BY STATE REGULATED CREDIT UNIONS

A state regulated credit union may legally take action which will have the effect of extending a loan beyond the applicable four-year or eight-year statutory limit without violating RCW 31.12.270, but only so long as the extension is and remains at the discretion of the credit union and does not become, in some manner, a contractual right of the borrower.

AGLO 1978 No. 16 >  May 25, 1978
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - STATE - GOVERNOR - COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES - LOANS - DESIGNATION OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION TO GUARANTEE STUDENT LOANS
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- GOVERNOR ‑- COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ‑- LOANS ‑- DESIGNATION OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION TO GUARANTEE STUDENT LOANS The governor, through the issuance of an appropriate executive order, may legally designate a private nonprofit organization to guarantee student loans in Washington in accordance with Title IV of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended by PL 94-42 and PL 95-43.
AGO 2009 No. 5 >  August 27, 2009
SEWER DISTRICTS - PUBLIC FUNDS - GIFT OF PUBLIC FUNDS - GIFTS - LOANS
Use of public funds to repair or replace side sewers Municipal sewer districts have statutory authority to use public funds to repair or replace side sewers located on private property if doing so will increase sewer capacity by reducing infiltration and inflow.  Use of public funds to do so does not constitute an unconstitutional gift or loan of public funds if the district acts without donative intent and can demonstrate that the action will result in significant benefit to the public.
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