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  362.135.  Liquidation of assets — funds held in trust. — 1.  Upon the assets of any bank or trust company issuing capital notes being set apart for the use and benefit of the holders of such capital notes, as provided in section 362.125, such bank or trust company shall proceed to collect and liquidate such assets and shall have full authority to sell or enter into any compromise concerning the same.

  2.  All amounts received or collected by such bank or trust company from the sale, collection or adjustment of such assets and/or from such rights of participation provided for in section 362.125 shall be deposited and kept by it in a separate fund and account, and all such amounts shall be held in trust for the use and benefit of the holders of such capital notes.

  3.  Whenever such funds so held in trust are equal to ten percent of the aggregate amount of the notes then outstanding, such bank or trust company shall distribute and pay such funds to the holders of such capital notes ratably; provided, however, that it shall not be required to make such distribution more often than once in sixty days.

  4.  In the event the director of finance shall take possession of the business and property of any bank or trust company which has issued any such capital notes, such assets may, upon the request in writing to the director of finance by the holders of the majority in amount of such capital notes, be sold to the highest bidder for cash, and the proceeds thereof shall be paid into the fund above provided for retirement of capital notes; provided, however, that, upon the retirement of such capital notes in full and accruals thereon, any of such assets then remaining undisposed of, or any surplus proceeds of any such sale, shall inure to the benefit of such bank or trust company.


(RSMo 1939 § 7909)

Prior revision: 1929 § 5315

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