(A) Upon issuing a written finding that any one or more of the conditions set forth
in section 1125.18 of the Revised Code for taking possession of a state bank exists and taking possession of the state bank,
the superintendent of financial institutions shall file a certified copy of the finding
and the notice of possession with the court.
(B) Upon the appointment of a receiver, the superintendent shall file a certified
copy of the certificate of appointment in the office of the secretary of state and
with the court.
(C) After the superintendent files the finding of the superintendent or the certificate
of appointment of the receiver, whichever occurs first, no person shall obtain a lien
or charge upon any assets of the bank for any payment, advance, clearance, or liability
thereafter incurred, nor shall the directors, officers, or agents of the bank have
authority to act on behalf of the bank or to convey, transfer, assign, pledge, mortgage,
or encumber any assets of the bank.
(D) Upon taking possession of the bank, the superintendent shall post or cause to
be posted an appropriate notice of closing at the main entrance of each of the bank's
(E) Neither filing nor posting of notice in accordance with this section shall be
a condition to either the superintendent's taking possession of the property and business
of a state bank or appointing a receiver for a state bank.
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