§ 10-18-11. Subsequent creditors.
(a) All subsequent creditors who have obtained the receiver's approval prior to their extension of credit may be included in the plan upon application to the court by the creditor, the receiver, or the debtor.
(b) The court, upon application by a creditor to be included in the plan, may include such creditors in the plan if it determines that the extension of credit to the debtor was reasonable. The court's criteria in the process of determining the reasonableness of a creditor's extension of credit shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(1) Amount of credit extended;
(2) Purpose for which the credit was extended;
(3) Terms upon which the credit was extended;
(4) Debtor's ability to meet this extra financial obligation in light of his or her financial position under the plan.
(c) If a subsequent secured creditor extends credit without the receiver's approval, the secured creditor may reclaim or repossess the collateral sold on security if the debtor defaults upon the contract of sale unless the retention of such collateral by the debtor is essential to the continuance of his or her employment upon reasonable terms and conditions. In such case, § 10-18-10(e) shall apply.
(P.L. 1972, ch. 186, § 1.)