Section: Action to appoint receiver.
Whenever the commissioner shall take possession of the property and business of a credit union pursuant to section 37 of this act, he shall retain possession until the property and business of the credit union may be returned by him to the management of its board on terms satisfactory to him, except the commissioner shall have the authority to institute an action in the Superior Court as provided by this act while in possession of the property and business of the credit union, in which case he shall retain the possession of the property and business of the credit union until otherwise ordered by the court. The commissioner may, if he deems it advisable and in the best interest of the members, permit the voluntary dissolution of the credit union and surrender to its officers and directors any powers which may be necessary to effect a dissolution as provided in this act, but in this case the trustees in dissolution to be appointed by the members shall be persons satisfactory to the commissioner and the bonds to be given by them shall be approved as to form, sufficiency and amount by the commissioner.
L.1984, c. 171, s. 39, eff. Oct. 31, 1984.
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