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  361.380.  Surrender for liquidation. — 1.  Whenever the director shall surrender possession of such corporation under the provisions of section 361.370 for the purposes of liquidation, the corporation shall not receive deposits or engage in the general banking business.

  2.  The officers, as trustees of the corporation, in the corporate name, may prosecute and defend any action and legal proceeding, execute, acknowledge and deliver any deed, assignment, bill of sale, release, extension, satisfaction, and other instruments necessary and proper to effectuate any sale, lease, or transfer of real or personal property or execute any other instrument which the corporation was heretofore empowered to execute, for the proper liquidation of the corporation.

  3.  If at the end of one year after entering into the bond as required by section 361.370 all the liabilities of the corporation shall be discharged, the bond shall be terminated, and the remaining assets of the corporation shall be divided among the stockholders.  Nothing in this section or section 361.360 shall be construed to release any person from any liability as provided by sections 362.345 to 362.355.


(RSMo 1939 § 7916, A. 1949 H.B. 2084)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 5322; 1919 § 11705

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