(a) Transfer of powers and authority from Secretary of Agriculture to Telephone Bank Board; cessation of Presidential appointees as Board members and reduction in number of Board members; status of telephone bank
Whenever fifty-one per centum of the maximum amount of class A stock issued to the United States and outstanding at any time after September 30, 1985, has been fully redeemed and retired pursuant to section
946(c) of this title—
(1)the powers and authority of the Governor of the telephone bank granted to the Secretary by this subchapter shall vest in the Telephone Bank Board, and may be exercised and performed through the Governor of the telephone bank, to be selected by the Telephone Bank Board, and through such other employees as the Telephone Bank Board shall designate;
(2)the five members of the Telephone Bank Board designated by the President pursuant to section
945(b)(1)(A) of this title shall cease to be members, and the number of Board members shall be accordingly reduced to eight unless other provision is thereafter made in the bylaws of the telephone bank;
(3)the telephone bank shall cease to be an agency of the United States, but shall continue in existence in perpetuity as an instrumentality of the United States and as a banking corporation with all of the powers and limitations conferred or imposed by this subchapter except such as shall have lapsed pursuant to the provisions of this subchapter.
(b) Restrictions of section
948(a)(2) of this title inapplicable to loans upon redemption and retirement of class A stock
When all class A stock has been fully redeemed and retired, loans made by the telephone bank shall not continue to be subject to the restrictions prescribed in the provisos to section
948(a)(2) of this title.
(c) Congressional review
Congress reserves the right to review the continued operations of the telephone bank after all class A stock has been fully redeemed and retired.
Section effective May 7, 1971, see section 7 ofPub. L. 92–12, set out as a note under section
921a of this title.
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