2007 Florida Statutes
Investment of fiduciary funds in bonds, etc., issued by Federal Housing Administrator.
518.07 Investment of fiduciary funds in bonds, etc., issued by Federal Housing Administrator.--
(1) Banks, savings banks, trust companies, building and loan associations, insurance companies, guardians holding funds received from or currently in receipt of funds from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to the extent of those funds alone, the state and its political subdivisions, all institutions and agencies thereof, with the approval of the officials or boards having supervision or management of same, may invest their funds and moneys in their custody or possession, eligible for investment, in notes or bonds secured by mortgage or trust deed insured by the Federal Housing Administrator, in debentures issued by the Federal Housing Administrator, and in securities issued by national mortgage associations.
(2) Such notes, bonds, debentures, and securities made eligible for investment may be used wherever, by statute of this state, collateral is required as security for the deposit of public or other funds; or deposits are required to be made with any public official or departments, or an investment of capital or surplus, or a reserve or other fund, is required to be maintained consisting of designated securities.
History.--s. 2, ch. 17130, 1935; CGL 1936 Supp. 7100(2); s. 2, ch. 17980, 1937; s. 3, ch. 28154, 1953; s. 26, ch. 93-268.