§ 19-11-6. Collection of assets Continuation of business General powers of conservator.
(a) Each conservator, upon the terms and conditions and in accordance with the orders, rules and regulations, general and special, prescribed from time to time by the director, or the director's designee, shall, so far as possible, collect all moneys and other assets due and payable to the financial institution or credit union and do all acts necessary to continue its business and to conserve its assets, and may sell or compound bad or doubtful claims and demands due to the financial institution or credit union.
(b) With the written authorization of the director, or the director's designee, a conservator may, at any time, in the name and upon the credit of the financial institution or credit union, borrow money for any purpose and pledge and deliver to the lender the whole or any part of the property and assets of the financial institution or credit union as security for the repayment of any loan, and may sell all or any part of the real and personal property and other assets of the financial institution or credit union, and in the name of the financial institution or credit union, may take mortgages on real property from purchasers to secure the whole or part of the purchase price.
(c) The conservator may prosecute and defend suits and other proceedings at law and in equity to which the financial institution or credit union is a party.
(d) The conservator may execute, acknowledge, and deliver deeds, assignments, mortgages, releases, promissory notes, and other instruments that the conservator may consider necessary, proper, and desirable to effectuate any sales, pledges, or mortgages of real or personal property and any obligation to repay loans, any compromise, and any other transaction that may be performed or entered into by the conservator under the powers and authority that may be conferred upon him or her. All deeds and other instruments, so executed and delivered, shall be valid and effectual for all purposes to the same extent and with the same effect as if executed by officers of the financial institution or credit union by authority of its board of directors or stockholders.
(e) In addition to all powers and authority and duties specifically mentioned and provided in this chapter, each conservator shall have and exercise all the powers and authority and perform the duties that the director, by either general or special orders, shall prescribe.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 49.)