When a receiver is appointed by the court pursuant to this act, he shall have the
power to sue for, collect, receive and take into his possession all the goods and
chattels, rights and credits, moneys and effects, lands and tenements, books, records,
documents, papers, choses in action, bills, notes and property of every description,
derived by means of any practice declared to be illegal and prohibited by this act,
including property with which such property has been mingled, if it cannot be identified
in kind because of such commingling, and to sell, convey, and assign the same and
hold and dispose of the proceeds thereof under the direction of the court. Any person who has suffered damages as a result of the use or employment of any
unlawful practices and submits proof to the satisfaction of the court that he has
in fact been damaged, may participate with general creditors in the distribution of
the assets to the extent he has sustained out-of-pocket losses. In the case of a corporation, partnership or business entity the receiver shall
settle the estate and distribute the assets under the direction of the court, and
he shall have all the powers and duties conferred upon receivers by the provisions
of Title 14, Corporations, General, 1 so far as the provisions thereof are applicable. The court shall have jurisdiction of all questions arising in such proceedings and
may make such orders and judgments therein as may be required.
Repealed; see, now, Title 14A (N.J.S.A. § 14A:1-1 et seq.).
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