NRS 672.530
Subscription to and transfer of shares

  • lien for sums due
  • reduction in shares.


Shares may be subscribed to, paid for and transferred in such manner as the bylaws may prescribe. A certificate shall not be issued to denote ownership of a share in a credit union.


The credit union may impress a lien on the shares, deposits, accumulated dividends or interest of a member in his or her individual, joint or trust account for any sum due the credit union from such member or for any loan endorsed by him or her.


If the losses of any credit union, resulting from a depreciation in value of its loans or investments or otherwise, exceed its undivided earnings and reserve fund so that the estimated value of its assets is less than the total amount due the shareholders, the credit union may, by a majority vote of the entire membership, order a reduction in the shares of each of its shareholders to divide the loss proportionately among the members. If thereafter the credit union realizes from such assets a greater amount than was fixed by the order of reduction, such excess shall be divided among the shareholders whose assets were reduced, but only to the extent of such reduction.

Source: Section 672.530 — Subscription to and transfer of shares; lien for sums due; reduction in shares., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-672.­html#NRS672Sec530.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 672.530’s source at nv​.us