Whenever, after the examination mentioned in section 6-07-04 and before the appointment of a receiver, the examiner finds that the bank is in
such condition that all of its creditors, excluding its stockholders, can be paid
in full from its assets, the examiner may relinquish possession of its property to
its proper officers, and such bank, with the consent of the examiner, may resume business,
or, after payment of its depositors, may liquidate upon such conditions as may be
approved by the examiner. Such banks shall pay into the state treasury a fee of ten dollars per day and the
hotel and traveling expenses of the examiner or deputy examiner who has been in charge
of the bank.
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