Home Owners Loan Act

Home Owners Loan Act
A chapter of the United States Code which provides for the organization, incorporation, examination, operation, and regulation of associations to be known as Federal Savings and Loan Associations, delegating authority to the Federal Home Loan Bank Board to give charters to and regulate such associations. 13 Am J2d B & L Assoc § 10.

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