2019 Louisiana Laws
Title 12 - Corporations and Associations
§259. Receivership procedure; powers of receiver
RS 259 - Receivership procedure; powers of receiver
A. The provisions of R.S. 12:254 shall, mutatis mutandis, govern procedure in proceedings under R.S. 12:258 and this Section.
B. The receiver shall have the powers of a judicial liquidator set forth in R.S. 12:254(C). The court may authorize the receiver to borrow or obtain money, for the purpose of carrying on the activities of the corporation, on interest-bearing certificates of indebtedness to be taxed as costs of court. The holders of such certificates shall have a privilege on all movable and immovable property and all income of the corporation to secure the payment thereof, and shall be paid by preference and priority over all other indebtedness except indebtedness secured by mortgages on immovable property and vendor's privileges antedating issuance of such certificates.
C. The receiver shall file with the court, quarterly, or oftener if required by the court, an accurate statement showing the condition of the corporation's affairs, and shall file, within ninety days after the close of the corporation's fiscal year, a balance sheet as of the last day of, and a combined statement of income and earned surplus for, such year. The annual financial statements shall be audited by an independent certified public accountant if required by the court.
Acts 1968, No. 105, §1.