SEC. 83-23-7. Powers of the court in receiverships.
In the administration of any receivership of an insurance company hereunder, the chancery court having jurisdiction may make all necessary orders, including, among others, (1) an order or orders to rehabilitate such company, which may direct the receiver to take possession of the property of such company, conduct the business thereof, and take such steps toward the removal of the causes and conditions which have made a receivership necessary as the court may direct, (2) an order or orders to liquidate such company, (3) an order or orders to terminate such receivership and permit such insurance company to resume possession of its property and the conduct of its business, and (4) an order or orders to conserve the assets of such insurance company within this state.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 5645; Laws, 1938, ch. 195.