47.21 Laws prescribing type of security not to apply.
No other law in this state prescribing the nature, amount or form of security or requiring security upon which loans or advances of credit may be made, or prescribing or limiting interest rates upon loans or advances of credit, or prescribing or limiting the period for which loans or advances of credit may be made, shall be deemed to apply to loans, advances of credit or purchases made pursuant to section 47.20, subdivisions 1, 3 and 4a.
(1) Such institutions may invest in notes or bonds secured by mortgage or trust deed insured pursuant to section 47.20, subdivision 1, clause (2), and in securities issued by national mortgage associations;
(2) The notes, bonds and other securities herein made eligible for investment may be used wherever, by statute, 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 department; or an investment of capital or surplus, or a reserve or other fund, is required to be maintained consisting of designated securities.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes