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California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 17550.57

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If the Travel Consumer Restitution Corporation is dissolved or ceases to exist, or if the Attorney General or his or her delegate makes a determination pursuant to Section 17550.52 that the corporation has failed or ceased to operate, all outstanding debts, obligations of the corporation, and amounts due for services rendered shall first be paid from the remaining assets, including the restitution fund. The assets remaining after settling all those liabilities shall be distributed to the participants, less the costs of that distribution. The distribution to participants shall be pro rata based upon the ratio of the number of locations in the state from which the participant does business to the total number of locations for all registered participants at the time the corporation is dissolved or ceases to exist.

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