2020 Maryland Statutes
Commercial Law
Title 24 - Maryland Commercial Receivership Act
Subtitle 4 - Effect of Receivership
Section 24-402 - Turning Over of Receivership Property

    (a)    (1)    Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, and unless otherwise ordered by a court, a person that has possession, custody, or control of receivership property shall turn the receivership property over to the receiver on demand of the receiver.

        (2)    If a creditor has possession, custody, or control of receivership property and the validity, perfection, or priority of the creditor’s lien on the receivership property depends on the creditor’s possession, custody, or control, subject to § 24–401(c)(2) of this subtitle, the creditor may retain possession, custody, or control until the court enters an order providing adequate protection of the creditor’s lien.

    (b)    A person that has notice of the appointment of a receiver and owes a debt that is receivership property may not satisfy the debt by payment to the owner.

    (c)    In the absence of a bona fide dispute with respect to the receiver’s or the respondent’s right to possession, custody, or control of receivership property, the court may sanction as civil contempt a person’s failure to turn the property over when required by this section.

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