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The department may appoint the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or its successor as receiver for a trust company that the department has taken possession of if the deposits of the trust company are insured by that corporation or its successor. Upon filing with the court a certificate indicating the acceptance of the appointment by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or its successor, the possession of and title to all the assets, business, and property of the trust company are transferred to that corporation. The department is then relieved of all responsibility and liability with respect to the reorganization or liquidation of the trust company. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or its successor may liquidate, reorganize, merge, or consolidate the trust company in the manner permitted by the laws of the United States or by this chapter, and possesses all the rights, powers, duties, and obligations of the department in the liquidation, reorganization, merger, or consolidation of the trust company under this chapter.
Article 11. INTERSTATE STATE TRUST COMPANY, INTERSTATE NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AND INTERNATIONAL TRUST COMPANY OFFICES
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