2005 Washington Revised Code RCW 32.24.070: Receiver prohibited except in emergency.

    No receiver shall be appointed by any court for any mutual savings bank, nor shall any assignment of any such bank for the benefit of creditors be valid, excepting only that a court otherwise having jurisdiction may in case of imminent necessity appoint a temporary receiver to take possession of and preserve the assets of the mutual savings bank. Immediately upon any such appointment, the clerk of the court shall notify the director by telegram and mail of such appointment and the director shall forthwith take possession of the mutual savings bank, as in case of insolvency, and the temporary receiver shall upon demand of the director surrender up to him or her such possession and all assets which have come into his or her hands. The director shall in due course pay such receiver out of the assets of the mutual savings bank such amount as the court shall allow.

    [1994 c 92 § 345; 1955 c 13 § 32.24.070. Prior: 1931 c 132 § 9; RRS § 3375e.]

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