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Georgia State Code
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Title 7, Chapter 1, Section 170 (7-1-170)

(a) The department may, without leave of court, sell on any stock exchange or otherwise, at such times and in such manner as it may deem advisable, listed or unlisted securities which belong to the financial institution in receivership.

(b) The department may, without leave of court, exchange listed or unlisted securities for other securities of the corporation issuing the securities or of a corporation which has merged or consolidated with or has taken over such corporation.

(c) The department may, without leave of court, sell any mortgage or other lien upon real property or any judgment, at such times and in such manner as it shall deem to be advisable.

(d) Except as otherwise specifically provided by this chapter, the department may, without leave of court, sell:

(1) At public sale; or

(2) At private sale, for a net consideration not below the amount at which such personal property has been valued in the appraisement required by this chapter,

any personal property which belongs to the financial institution in receivership or which such financial institution has the power to sell. It may, with leave of court, sell such personal property at private sale upon such terms and under such conditions as the court shall prescribe to be commercially reasonable.

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