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(1) If the commissioner has taken possession of any institution or other person under the jurisdiction of the department he may propose to the court a plan for the reorganization or liquidation of the institution or the establishment of a new institution by filing a petition with the court, setting forth the details of the plan and requesting the court to set a day for hearing on the petition.
(2) The court shall make an order fixing a day for the hearing of the petition, prescribing the manner in which notice of the hearing is given, and may prescribe a deadline for filing written objections. The court may adjourn the hearing from time to time and no further notice is required. At the time of hearing or any adjournment of a hearing the court shall take testimony, and if it appears that it is in the best interests of the depositors and other creditors, the court shall approve the plan.
(3) A plan of reorganization or liquidation approved by the court shall be fully binding upon and constitute a final adjudication of all claims, rights, and interests of all depositors, creditors, shareholders, and members of the institution being reorganized or liquidated, and all other parties in interest with regard to the plan and with regard to any institution or other person receiving any assets or assuming any liabilities under the plan.
(4) Notice of an appeal of an order approving a plan of reorganization or liquidation shall be filed within 10 days after the date of entry of the order appealed from.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Utah Code Title 7. Financial Institutions Act § 7-2-18. Plan for reorganization or liquidation of institution--Hearing--Procedure--Effect--Appeals - last updated May 05, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ut/title-7-financial-institutions-act/ut-code-sect-7-2-18/
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