§ 19-12-3. Clerical assistance Legal assistance.
The receiver, or receivers, are authorized to employ any clerical assistance as may be necessary, at the expense of the financial institution or credit union under receivership; but the duties of receivership shall be discharged by the receiver, or receivers, as part of their official duties. The receiver may appoint one or more special deputies to act for him or her, and may appoint clerks, assistants, agents, accountants, and legal counsel as he or she deems necessary. The receiver may grant powers of attorney to execute, acknowledge, and deliver all documents that may be necessary for the transfer of assets or assumption of liabilities. The compensation of the persons appointed by the receiver and the expenses of taking possession of the financial institution or credit union and conducting the receivership proceeding, shall be fixed by the receiver, and shall be paid out of the funds or assets of the financial institution or credit union.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 50.)