(a) A credit union may change its principal place of business within this state upon notice to, and approval in writing of, the commissioner.
(b) A credit union may maintain other service facilities and branches, including automated teller machines (ATMs), at locations other than its principal office upon notice to and approval in writing of the commissioner. The maintenance of such facilities must be reasonably necessary to furnish service to its members. The creation of such facilities must be approved by a majority vote of the credit union's board of directors.
(c) A credit union may, upon notice and approval in writing of the commissioner, join with one or more other credit unions or other financial organizations in the operation of automated teller machines (ATMs) or other service facilities. The joint operation of such facilities must be approved by a majority of the credit union's board of directors.
(d) To the extent that a credit union provides its members access to their accounts through a remote service unit, such as an ATM or point-of-sale (POS) device, the credit union shall be governed by the same rules of the commissioner pertaining to banks operating through customer bank communication terminals (CBCTs).