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California Code, Financial Code - FIN § 17649

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For the purpose of executing and performing any of the powers and duties conferred upon him by this article, the commissioner may in the name of the licensee or in his own name prosecute and defend any suit or other legal proceeding and may in the name of the licensee or in his own name as commissioner execute, acknowledge, and deliver any and all deeds, assignments, releases, requests for reconveyance, and other instruments necessary and proper to effectuate any sale of real or personal property or other transaction in connection with the liquidation of the licensee. Any deed, assignment, release, request for reconveyance, or other instrument executed pursuant to this section is valid and effectual for all purposes as though it was executed by the officers of such licensee with the authority of its board of directors.

The article shall be known and may be cited as the “Abandoned Motor Vehicle Act.”

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