§873. Involuntary dissolution; commissioner shall take possession
A. In all cases when the commissioner has closed an association and taken possession of the affairs, books, and property of the association, he shall as soon as practicable thereafter file a motion in the district court of the domicile of the association setting forth that he has closed and taken possession of the association and request that the closure be affirmed. By that motion, the commissioner shall appoint a liquidator, who shall either be the commissioner or his designee. Provided, however, if any accounts in the association are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, he shall appoint the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as liquidator. The commissioner shall be entitled to an ex parte order of the court affirming the closure and confirming the appointment of the liquidator.
B. Upon affirming the closure and confirming the liquidator, title to all assets of the association shall vest in the liquidator without the execution of any instruments of conveyance, assignment, transfer, or endorsement. Notwithstanding any other law to the contrary, the prescriptive period on all causes of action accruing to the liquidator shall be extended for a period of six months from the date of the court order confirming the liquidator's appointment.
C. No appeal shall be allowed from an order affirming the liquidation unless taken and perfected by the giving of bond, in such sum as the court fixes, within forty-eight hours from the rendition of the order. The appeal shall not operate suspensively.
D. The commissioner may appeal from an order refusing to confirm him as liquidator within the same delay of forty-eight hours, but without the necessity of giving bond. He shall remain in possession and control of the property and affairs of the corporation pending the determination of his appeal.
E. All appeals shall be made returnable to the appellate court within ten days and shall be tried in ten days from the filing of the transcript and the decision of the appellate court shall be rendered within the least possible delay. The decision shall be final when rendered, and neither party shall have the right to a rehearing.
Acts 1970, No. 234, §2. Acts 1983, No. 675, §1; Acts 1986, No. 12, §1, eff. May 28, 1986.