Presentation of creditors’ claims; examination of creditors and witnesses. Every claim against a corporation for which a receiver has been appointed must be presented to the receiver in writing and upon oath. The claimant, if required, must submit himself to such examination in relation to the claim as the court directs, and must produce such books and papers relating to the claim as the court requires. The court may authorize the receiver to examine, under oath or affirmation, all witnesses produced before him touching the claim or any part thereof.
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