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Under the direction of the court, the receiver shall distribute assets in a manner that will assure the proper recognition of priorities and a reasonable balance between the expeditious completion of the liquidation and the protection of unliquidated and undetermined claims, including third-party claims. Distribution of assets in kind may be made at valuations set by agreement between the receiver and the creditor, and approved by the court.
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