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Rhode Island General Laws Title 27. Insurance § 27-1-24. Meetings to approve reorganization plan--Filing of approved plan

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On the application by a receiver, the court may enter an order determining, in accordance with the provisions of § 27-1-26, the various classes of creditors and stockholders, and may order a meeting of the creditors or classes of creditors and stockholders or classes of stockholders, or separate meetings of the creditors or classes of creditors and stockholders or classes of stockholders, the meeting or meetings to be summoned in a manner or upon any notice as the court may direct. The receiver shall preside at all meetings of creditors and/or stockholders held pursuant to the order. If the holders of two thirds ( 2/3 ) in value of the claims held by each class of creditors, acting in person or by proxy, and the holders of a majority in number of shares of each class of stockholders, acting in person or by proxy, agree to the plan or to any amendment and to any reorganization of the company as a consequence of the plan, the receiver shall, within five (5) days after the approval, file the plan as originally submitted or as amended and his or her petition for instructions with reference to the plan with the court. The court shall order the plan as filed or as amended and the petition set down for hearing before it at a time and subject to further notice as may be provided in the order.

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