Article 13. Redemption of California Financial Code >> Division 2. >> Chapter 5. >> Article 13.

At any time funds are on hand for the purpose, an association shall have the right to redeem by lot or otherwise, as the board of directors may determine, all or any part of any of its savings accounts on an interest date by giving 30 days' notice by registered mail addressed to each affected account holder at the holder's last address as recorded on the books of the association.
Except with the prior consent of the commissioner, no association shall redeem any of its savings accounts when the association is in an impaired condition and when it has applications for withdrawal that have been on file more than 14 days and have not been reached for payment.
The redemption price of savings accounts redeemed shall be the full value of the account redeemed, as determined by the board of directors, but in no event shall the redemption price be less than the withdrawal value.
If the notice of redemption under Section 7150 has been given, and if on or before the redemption date the funds necessary for the redemption have been set aside and continue to be available for the redemption, interest upon the accounts called for redemption shall cease to accrue from and after the interest date specified as the redemption date and all rights with respect to those accounts shall terminate after the redemption date, except only as to any right of the account holder of record to receive the redemption price without interest.
(a) All certificates of ownership evidencing former savings accounts that have been called for redemption must be tendered for payment within the time limit specified in subdivision (b) of Section 1513 of the Code of Civil Procedure for escheat of unclaimed funds.
  (b) Savings accounts that are not tendered for payment as set forth in this section shall escheat to the state as provided in the Unclaimed Property Law, Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 1500) of Title 10 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure.