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Title 12Chapter IIISubchapter BPart 380


TITLE 12—Banks and Banking

CHAPTER III—FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

SUBCHAPTER B—REGULATIONS AND STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY

PART 380—ORDERLY LIQUIDATION AUTHORITY

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Subpart A—GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

§380.1
Definitions.
§380.2
[Reserved]
§380.3
Treatment of personal service agreements.
§380.4
[Reserved]
§380.5
Treatment of covered financial companies that are subsidiaries of insurance companies.
§380.6
Limitation on liens on assets of covered financial companies that are insurance companies or covered subsidiaries of insurance companies.
§380.7
Recoupment of compensation from senior executives and directors.
§380.8
Predominantly engaged in activities that are financial or incidental thereto.
§380.9
Treatment of fraudulent and preferential transfers.
§380.10
Maximum obligation limitation.
§380.11
Treatment of mutual insurance holding companies.
§380.12
Enforcement of subsidiary and affiliate contracts by the FDIC as receiver of a covered financial company.
§380.13
Restrictions on sale of assets of a covered financial company by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
§§380.14-380.19
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—PRIORITIES

§380.20
[Reserved]
§380.21
Priorities.
§380.22
Administrative expenses of the receiver.
§380.23
Amounts owed to the United States.
§380.24
Priority of claims arising out of loss of setoff rights.
§380.25
Post-insolvency interest.
§380.26
Effect of transfer of assets and obligations to a bridge financial company.
§380.27
Treatment of similarly situated claimants.
§§380.28-380.29
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—RECEIVERSHIP ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS PROCESS

§380.30
Receivership administrative claims process.
§380.31
Scope.
§380.32
Claims bar date.
§380.33
Notice requirements.
§380.34
Procedures for filing claim.
§380.35
Determination of claims.
§380.36
Decision period.
§380.37
Notification of determination.
§380.38
Procedures for seeking judicial determination of disallowed claim.
§380.39
Contingent claims.
§§380.40-380.49
[Reserved]
§380.50
Determination of secured claims.
§380.51
Consent to certain actions.
§380.52
Adequate protection.
§380.53
Repudiation of secured contract.


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