Every dissolved association shall have all powers necessary to accomplish its liquidation promptly, efficiently and completely, including, but not by way of limitation, the following:
(a) To employ, retain, and reasonably compensate agents, employees and attorneys.
(b) To sue and be sued.
(c) To acquire title in any manner to any real or personal property in which it has any interest, or in settlement, satisfaction or payment in whole or in part, of any claim.
(d) To enforce all lawful claims, demands, rights, remedies, and liens against persons and property.
(e) To collect all money due to it.
(f) To compromise and settle all claims by or against it.
(g) To sell or otherwise dispose of any asset upon any reasonable terms and conditions.
(h) To rent, manage, conserve and protect any asset.
(i) To accept any member's account in such association, at such value as the trustees may place thereon, in payment of not more than 25% of the purchase price of any real estate. A higher percentage of the purchase price may be paid in such manner with the approval of the Superior Court.
(j) To execute all contracts, deeds, leases, mortgages, assignments, or other documents or writings necessary or incidental to the exercise of any of its powers.
(k) To borrow money and pledge any asset as security for the repayment thereof. No service charge or bonus for procuring any such loan shall be paid, but this prohibition shall not apply to ordinary and reasonable legal and search fees.
( l ) To apply to the Superior Court for instructions with respect to any of its powers and duties, but, without obligation to do so.
L.1963, c. 144, s. 233.
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