Alaska Statutes.
Title 6. Banks and Financial Institutions
Chapter 26. Revised Alaska Trust Company Act
Section 700. Liquidation of Selling Trust Company.
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AS 06.26.700. Liquidation of Selling Trust Company.

If a selling trust company is at any time after the sale of assets voluntarily or involuntarily closed for liquidation by a state or federal regulatory agency, the purchasing trust company shall pay to the receiver of the selling trust company the balance of the money or other assets held by the purchasing trust company in trust for the selling trust company and not yet paid to the creditors of the selling trust company. Without further action, the purchasing trust company is then discharged of all responsibilities to the selling trust company and the selling trust company's receiver, creditors, and shareholders.

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