Where a claim becomes absolute and the property covered thereby is essential to the
business of a quasi-public corporation, the bureau shall have the right of execution
thereupon, as in cases of judgments, against such corporations. Upon the distribution of any fund realized by a sale of the franchises and the whole
or any part of the property and assets of the corporation, the court shall determine
the actual value of the property bound by the tax claim and the claim shall be preferred
with other like claims to the extent of the value of the property thus determined.
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