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Texas Finance Code - FIN § 96.253. Effect of Closing

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(a) On closing a savings bank under this subchapter, the commissioner may:

(1) liquidate the savings bank as provided by Subchapter G;   1  or

(2) tender the savings bank's assets and all the savings bank's affairs to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and appoint the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as receiver or liquidating agent to act in accordance with this chapter or federal law.

(b) The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, on accepting the tender and appointment prescribed by Subsection (a)(2), may:

(1) act without bond or other security as to the appointment;  and

(2) without court supervision, exercise any right, power, or privilege provided by the laws of this state to a receiver or liquidating agent, as applicable, and any applicable right, power, or privilege available under federal law.

(c) On acceptance of the appointment prescribed by Subsection (a)(2), possession of and title to all the assets, business, and property of the savings bank pass to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation without the execution of any instrument transferring title or right of use.

1  V.T.C.A., Finance Code § 96.301 et seq.

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