Section 5-8A-46

Final distribution, termination of receivership and dissolution of bank.

Whenever the receiver shall have paid to each and every depositor and creditor of such bank whose claim or claims as such creditor or depositor shall have been duly proven and allowed the full amount of such claims and shall have made proper provision for the unclaimed and unpaid deposits or dividends the receiver shall make application for final settlement including expenses of liquidation, to be approved by the receivership court and shall distribute the balance of any assets remaining ratably to the stockholders. Creditors shall not receive interest after the date of taking of possession by the superintendent. The receiver shall in said final settlement order be directed to file in the office of the judge of probate of the county in which the principal place of business of the bank was located and in the office of Secretary of State a certificate of dissolution and the written approval of the superintendent to such dissolution; and said bank shall thereupon be dissolved. Any unclaimed funds in the hands of the receiver shall be transmitted by him to the State Treasurer to be held as unclaimed property under the provisions of Sections 35-12-20 through 35-12-48.

(Acts 1980, No. 80-658, §5-8-46.)