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California Code, Financial Code - FIN § 18415.22

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No obligation may be purchased or discounted under any agreement between the company and any person involving the purchase or discount of obligation from the person, with or without recourse, from the moment of taking possession pursuant to Section 18415. Any guarantees, recourse or repurchase agreements given at the time of purchase, or discount of any obligation prior to the date of taking possession, shall continue to be binding on the person. Any reserves, withholds or other security held by the company under the terms of the agreement shall be considered liabilities of the company in the general creditor classification and may not be used as offset against any obligation purchased or discounted under the agreement. No distribution of assets shall be made on these liabilities until the obligations purchased or discounted under the agreement have been satisfied.

In case of sale of the obligations by the liquidator, the reserves, withholds or other security shall remain as a liability to be paid off in the normal course of liquidation.

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