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Savings and Loans Associations were once commonly called Building and Loan Associations. Federal Savings and Loans prior to 2011 were regulated by Office of Thrift Supervision. On July 21, 2011 the Comptroller of the Currency became their regulator.
Records of Building and Loan Associations prior to statehood are extremely hard to obtain and those which have been found are listed in this report.
|P/A - Purchase and Assumption||FA - Federal Association|
|FA - Federal Association||FSB - Federal Savings Bank|
|FSLA - Federal Savings & Loan Association||OTS - Office of Thrift Supervision|
|OCC - Office of the Comptroller of the Currency||RTC - Resolution Trust Corporation (see note below)|
Note: From 1989 to the mid-1995, Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) handled the liquidation of failed Savings & Loan. In 1995, RTC handed over all records, assets and duties to the FDIC. If you are seeking a lien release for a failed savings & loan, please call the FDIC 1-877-275-3342.