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All rights, franchises, and property interests of the merged or consolidating mutual banks are transferred to and vested in the surviving or consolidated mutual bank by virtue of the merger or consolidation without the requirement under this chapter of a deed or other instrument of transfer. The surviving or consolidated mutual bank may exercise all rights and privileges of the merged or consolidating mutual banks in accordance with the terms of the merger or consolidation agreement. The surviving or consolidated mutual bank is responsible for all debts and obligations of the merged or consolidating mutual bank under the terms of the merger or consolidation agreement.
Article 04. GENERAL POWERS OF MUTUAL BANKS
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