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205 ILCS 205/10075

    (205 ILCS 205/10075)
    Sec. 10075. Change of receiver. At any time after a receiver, other than the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, is appointed by the Secretary, whenever two-thirds of the creditors of a savings bank petition the Secretary for the appointment of any person nominated by them as receiver, who is a reputable person and a resident of the county in which such savings bank is located, it shall be the duty of the Secretary to make such appointment and all rights and duties of his or her predecessor shall at once devolve upon such appointee. The Secretary may remove any receiver appointed by him or her, except the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or such receiver as shall have been appointed through nomination by the creditors. Such a receiver may be removed by the court upon a petition for his or her removal filed by the Secretary after hearing had upon such notice as the court may prescribe. Upon the death, inability to act, resignation, or removal of a receiver the Secretary may appoint his or her successor and, upon the appointment, all rights and duties of his or her predecessor shall at once devolve upon such appointee.
(Source: P.A. 96-1365, eff. 7-28-10.)