2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 22:740 — Borrowing on the pledge of assets
§740. Borrowing on the pledge of assets
For the purpose of facilitating the rehabilitation, liquidation, conservation or dissolution provided for by this Part the commissioner of insurance may, subject to the approval of the court, borrow money and execute, acknowledge and deliver certificates of indebtedness upon such terms and entitled to such liens and priorities as may be fixed by the court, or notes or other evidence of indebtedness therefor and secure the repayment of the same by the mortgage, pledge, assignment, transfer in trust or hypothecation of any or all of the property whether real, personal or mixed of the insurer against which a proceeding has been brought under this Part. Subject to the approval of the court, he shall also have power to take any and all other action necessary and proper to consummate any such loans and to provide for the repayment thereof. The commissioner of insurance shall incur no personal liability by virtue of any loan made pursuant to this Section.
Acts 1958, No. 125.
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