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60-1204. Judgments. (a) Where party claims office. If judgment be rendered in favor of a party claiming an office he or she shall proceed to exercise the functions of the office, after he or she has been qualified as required by law, and the court shall order the defendant to deliver over all the books and papers in his or her custody or within his or her power, belonging to the office from which the defendant shall have been ousted.

(b) Against corporations. If judgment be rendered against a corporation, or any persons claiming to be a corporation, the court may restrain any disposition of the effects of the corporation, appoint a receiver of its property and effects, take an account, and make a distribution thereof among the creditors and persons entitled, and the corporation will be dissolved.

History: L. 1963, ch. 303, 60-1204; Jan. 1, 1964.


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