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A. At the time and place fixed for the hearing, or at the time and place to which the hearing may be continued by the court, the court shall hear the parties interested therein and, if it deems it necessary, may take testimony relative thereto and may accept proof in affidavit form as to any fact or circumstance material thereto. The hearing shall be conducted, among other things, on the fairness of the terms and conditions of the issuance of all securities to be issued pursuant to the plan and of the exchange thereof for outstanding shares of guaranty capital, accounts, claims or property interests, or partly in the exchange and partly for cash. All persons to whom it is proposed to issue securities in the exchange shall have the right to appear and be heard at the hearing.
B. The deputy director or the court shall not approve a plan unless the deputy director or the court is satisfied that the plan is feasible, fair and equitable and does not discriminate in favor of any class of holders of accounts or of shares of guaranty capital, creditors or other persons affected thereby.