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New York Consolidated Laws, Insurance Law - ISC § 7419. Injunctions

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(a) Upon application by the superintendent for an order to show cause under this article or at any time thereafter, the court in which such order is made, or any justice thereof may without notice issue an injunction restraining the insurer, its officers, directors, shareholders, members, trustees, agents, servants, employees, policyholders, attorneys, managers, and all other persons from the transaction of its business or the waste or disposition of its property until further order of the court.

(b) Such court or justice may at any time during a proceeding under this article issue such other injunctions or orders as it deems necessary to prevent interference with the superintendent or the proceeding, or waste of the assets of the insurer, or the commencement or prosecution of any actions, the obtaining of preferences, judgments, attachments or other liens, or the making of any levy against the insurer, its assets or any part thereof.

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