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In proceedings to liquidate the assets and business of a corporation, when the costs and expenses of the proceeding and the debts, obligations and liabilities of the corporation have been paid and discharged or when the remaining property and assets are not sufficient to satisfy and discharge the costs, expenses, debts and obligations, and all the property and assets have been applied to their payment, the court shall enter a decree dissolving the corporation. Upon entry of the decree, the existence of the corporation ceases.
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