(a) At any stage before final judgment or final order in an action or special proceeding
brought under this article, the court may appoint one or more receivers of the property
of the corporation or of the property in this state of a foreign corporation against
which an action has been brought under subparagraph (a) (4) of section 1202 (Appointment of receiver of property of a domestic or foreign corporation). Notice of an application for the appointment of a receiver shall be given to the
attorney-general and to such other persons and in such manner as the court directs. The determination by the court of the necessity or advisability of appointing a
receiver or an attorney for a receiver, and the allowance of expenses, commissions
or compensation to the receiver or his attorney, shall be subject to review on appeal. This provision shall not affect any other right to review on appeal.
(b) A receiver appointed by or under a final judgment or order in an action or special
proceeding, or a temporary receiver who is continued by the final judgment or order,
is a permanent receiver. The court may confer upon a temporary receiver the powers, and subject him to the
duties of a permanent receiver, or so much thereof as it deems proper.
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