§ 27-1-23. Plan for reorganization of company in receivership Application for submission of plan to creditors and stockholders.
Whenever a receiver has been appointed for an insurance company incorporated under the laws of this state, any creditor or creditors or any stockholder or stockholders of the company may propose to the receiver a plan of compromise or arrangement between the company and its creditors or classes of creditors and stockholders or classes of stockholders. If the receiver is satisfied that the adoption of the plan would be more advantageous to the creditors than any other course of procedure available to the receiver under the laws of this state, and if the receiver is further satisfied that the plan is, in other respects, fair and equitable to all creditors or classes of creditors and stockholders or classes of stockholders, the receiver may apply to the superior court having jurisdiction over the receivership proceedings for the entry of an order determining the various classes, if more than one, of creditors and stockholders and calling a meeting of the creditors, or classes of creditors and stockholders, or classes of stockholders, or separate meetings of the creditors or classes of creditors and stockholders or classes of stockholders.
(G.L. 1938, ch. 150, § 38; P.L. 1955, ch. 3586, § 1; G.L. 1956, § 27-1-23.)