§ 19-11-4. Possession and management of property Notice to debtors and persons in possession.
(a) Each conservator, immediately after appointment and qualification, shall take and have possession and management of the property and business of the financial institution or credit union and thereafter shall take any action in the name and behalf of the financial institution or credit union necessary or desirable to carry on its business and to conserve its assets pending reorganization or the disposition of the assets as provided by law, all under the direction and control of the director, or the director's designee.
(b) Immediately after taking possession of the property and business of the financial institution or credit union, the conservator shall give notice in writing of having taken possession to all persons holding or having possession of any assets of the financial institution or credit union and to all persons indebted to the financial institution or credit union. No financial institution, federally chartered institution, credit union, federal credit union, association, firm, or individual, having been notified of the appointment of the conservator or otherwise having knowledge of his or her appointment, shall have or acquire any lien or charge upon or against any of the property of the financial institution or credit union for any payment, advance, or clearance or any obligation thereafter made or incurred.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 49.)