Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 5. Alaska Banking Code
Section 472. Liquidation.
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AS 06.05.472. Liquidation.

(a) In liquidating a state bank, the department may exercise any power incidental to liquidating a bank, but it may not, without the approval of the superior court,

(1) sell an asset of the bank having an appraised value in excess of $100,000;

(2) compromise or release a claim that exceeds $100,000, exclusive of interest;

(3) make full payment on a claim, other than a claim upon an obligation incurred by the department, before preparing and filing a schedule of the department's determinations under AS 06.05.473 (d)(3).

(b) Within six months after beginning the liquidation of a bank, the department may terminate an executory contract for services or advertising to which the bank is a party or an obligation of the bank as a lessee. A lessor who receives 60 days' notice of the department's decision to terminate a lease does not have a claim for rent, other than rent accrued to the date of termination, or for damages due to the termination.

(c) As soon as practical after beginning the involuntary liquidation of a bank, the department shall take the steps necessary to terminate all fiduciary positions held by the bank, to surrender all property held by the bank as a fiduciary, and to settle the fiduciary accounts of the bank.

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