Section 5-8A-32

Sale, etc., of bad debts and property of bank.

The receiver, by making application to the receivership court, may procure an order to sell or compound all bad or doubtful debts and on like order may sell all real and personal property of such bank on such terms as the court shall direct; provided, however, that the receiver shall have the right to ask for a blanket order from the receivership court for the settlement of all debts, claims of any and all nature, and deposits and for the sale of real and personal property wherein no single item exceeds the value of $10,000.00. In all or any of such court proceedings, the bank shall be made a party by proper service of process issued from the court, and the hearing of any such application or petition of the superintendent may be had at any time after the bank has had five days' notice of the application; provided, however, the court may ex parte approve a purchase and assumption transaction as provided for in 12 U.S.C. §1823(e) or a similar transaction authorized by federal law and provided further if notice of the hearing of said application is waived or the allegation of said application is admitted by the bank, no further proof will be required of the allegations of said application and the order may be forthwith granted by the court.

(Acts 1980, No. 80-658, §5-8-32.)