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Georgia State Code
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Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 166 (7-1-166)

(a) The department may, with leave of court, compound or compromise any debt, claim, or judgment due to the financial institution in receivership and discontinue any action or other proceeding pending therefor.

(b) The department may, without leave of court, enter into an agreement in writing upon such terms as shall seem reasonable to it to extend, for a period not to exceed three years, the maturity of any mortgage or security deed obligation in its possession. However, the department shall not enter into any agreement extending any such obligation which shall have been pledged by the financial institution of which it is in possession as receiver unless it shall first obtain the written consent of the pledgee of such mortgage to such extension. The department may likewise renew or extend, for limited periods, other notes and drafts held by the financial institution.

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