Receivers and assignments for benefit of creditors
- • notice to and action by director
(1) Notice shall be given to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services before a receiver is appointed by any court or a deed of assignment for the benefit of creditors is filed in any court for an institution unless it is necessary so to do in order to preserve the assets of the institution.
(2) The director may, within five days after the service of the notice upon the director, take possession of the institution, in which case no further proceedings shall be had upon the application for the appointment of receiver or under the deed of assignment. If a receiver has been appointed or the assignee has entered upon the administration of the trust of the assignee, the appointment shall be vacated or the assignee shall be removed upon application of the director to the court.
(3) The director shall proceed to administer the assets of the institution as provided in ORS 711.475 (Inventory of assets) to 711.510 (Deposit of money collected under ORS 711.495). [Amended by 1973 c.797 §256]
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