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20-694 - Stay of proceedings; reopening default judgments
20-694. Stay of proceedings; reopening default judgments
A. All proceedings in which the impaired insurer or insolvent insurer or the impaired insurer's or insolvent insurer's insured is a party in any court in this state shall be stayed sixty days from the date an order of liquidation, rehabilitation or conservation is final to permit proper legal action by the board on any matters germane to its powers or duties. At the request of the board and on a showing of good cause, the court may lengthen the stay prescribed in this section. As to a judgment under any decision, order, verdict or finding based on default, the board may apply to have such judgment set aside by the same court that made such judgment and shall be permitted to defend against such suit on the merits.
B. Notwithstanding subsection A of this section or any other provision of this chapter, a receiver, rehabilitator, liquidator or conservator may not void any transfer of, or any obligation to transfer, money or other property arising under or in connection with any federal home loan bank security agreement with an insurer member, or any pledge, security, collateral or guarantee agreement or any other similar arrangement or credit enhancement relating to a federal home loan bank security agreement with an insurer member unless the transfer was made with actual intent to hinder, delay or defraud either existing or future creditors.