Upon the expiration of the time fixed for presentation of claims, the Commissioner
shall make a full and complete list of the claims presented, including and specifying
any claims that have been rejected. One copy shall be filed in the office of the clerk of the superior court of the
county in which the action is pending, and one copy shall be kept on file with the
inventory in the principal office of the State trust company for examination. Any indebtedness against any State trust company which has been established or recognized
as a valid liability of the State trust company before it went into liquidation, for
which no claimant has filed claim, or any liability for which a claim has been filed
and rejected, shall be listed by the Commissioner in the office of the clerk of the
superior court of the county in which the action is pending. Any claim that may be presented after the expiration of the time fixed for the presentation
of claims in the notice provided in G.S. 53-386 shall, if allowed, share pro rata in the distribution but only as to those assets
of the State trust company in the hands of the Commissioner that are undistributed
at the time the claim is presented.
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