On application by the receiver, the court may with or without notice issue an injunction
restraining each state trust company, officer, director, manager, managing participant,
employee, shareholder, participant, trustee, agent, employee, attorney, attorney in
fact, accountant or accounting firm, correspondent, or another person from transacting
the state trust company's business or wasting or disposing of its property or requiring
the delivery of its property or assets to the receiver subject to the further order
of the court. The court, at any time during a proceeding under this chapter, may issue another
injunction or order considered necessary or desirable to prevent interference with
the receiver of the proceeding, waste of the assets of the state trust company, the
beginning of prosecution of an action, the obtaining of a preference, judgment, attachment,
garnishment, or other lien, or the making of a levy against the state trust company
or its assets.
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