(a) The receiver shall be entitled to all defenses and immunities provided at common
law for acts or omissions within the scope of the receiver's appointment.
(b) No person other than a successor receiver duly appointed by the court shall have
a right of action against a receiver to recover receivership property or the value
(c) A party or party in interest may conduct discovery of the receiver concerning
any matter relating to the receiver's administration of the receivership property
after obtaining an order authorizing the discovery.
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