TITLE 19
Financial institutions

CHAPTER 19-12
Receivership

SECTION 19-12-8


§ 19-12-8 Priority of claims – Federally insured financial institutions or credit unions.

In a receivership, or a conservatorship under chapter 11 of this title, of a financial institution or credit union whose deposits are insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation, the national credit union administration or any other agency or instrumentality of the United States, the allowed expenses and claims against the financial institution or credit union shall have priority in receiving distributions, out of the assets of the financial institution or credit union in the following order:

(1) The payment of costs and expenses of the administration of the receivership estate.

(2) The payment of claims for "deposits", as that term is defined in 12 U.S.C. § 1813(I), including, but not limited to, the claims of depositors in a mutual savings bank for return of their deposits.

(3) Unsecured claims of any local, state, or federal taxing authority entitled by law to priority in distribution from the receivership or conservatorship estate, to the extent of such priority.

(4) Claims of salaried employees of the financial institution or credit union for wages or salaries earned but unpaid as of the commencement of the receivership or conservatorship.

(5) Claims for all other general liabilities not specified herein.

(6) Claims otherwise proper that were not filed within the prescribed time.

(7) Claims for obligations expressly subordinated to deposits and general liability claims.

Any funds remaining shall be paid to the stockholders of the financial institution or credit union, or, in the case of a mutual financial institution in which there are no stockholders, to the depositors in proportion to the respective amounts of their stock or deposits.

Interest shall be given the same priority as the claim on which it is based, but no interest shall be paid on any claim until the principal of all claims within the same class has been paid or adequately provided for in full.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1995, ch. 82, § 50.)