§ 15.2-5345. Security for funds deposited by authorities; deposit in certain savings accounts, etc., authorized.
The authority may by resolution provide that all moneys deposited by it shall be secured:
1. By obligations of the United States or of the Commonwealth of a market value equal at all times to the amount of such deposits;
2. By any securities in which trustees, guardians, executors, administrators and others acting in a fiduciary capacity may legally invest funds within their control; or
3. By an undertaking with such sureties as shall be approved by the authority faithfully to keep and pay over upon the order of the authority any such deposits and agreed interest thereon.
All banks and trust companies are authorized to give any such security for such deposits.
Deposit of such funds in savings accounts and certificates of savings institutions which are under state supervision and of federal associations organized under the laws of the United States and under federal supervision, is hereby authorized, provided that such institution's deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or other federal insurance agency.
Code 1950, § 32-260; 1976, c. 281, § 15.1-1580; 1979, c. 719; 1990, c. 3; 1997, c. 587.