(205 ILCS 105/10-55)
Appointment of receiver; court proceeding.
(a) If the Secretary determines, which determination may be made at the time of or any time subsequent to his or her taking possession and control of an association and its assets, that no practical possibility exists to reorganize the association after reasonable efforts have been made and that it should be liquidated through receivership, then the Secretary shall appoint a receiver and require of the receiver a bond and security as the Secretary deems proper, and the Secretary, represented by the Attorney General, shall, if the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is not acting as receiver, file a complaint for the dissolution or winding up of the affairs of an association in the circuit court of the county where such association is located.
(b) Unless the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is acting as receiver for the association, the Secretary, upon taking possession and control of an association and its assets, may and, if he or she has not previously done so, shall, immediately upon filing a complaint for dissolution, make an examination of the affairs of the trust department of the association or appoint a corporate fiduciary or other suitable person to make the examination as the Secretary's agent. The examination shall be conducted in accordance with and pursuant to the authority granted under Section 5-2 of the Corporate Fiduciary Act and the corporate fiduciary or other suitable person conducting the examination shall have and may exercise on behalf of the Secretary all of the powers and authority granted to the Secretary. The report of examination shall, to the extent reasonably possible, identify those governing instruments with specific instructions concerning the appointment of a successor fiduciary. A copy of the report shall be filed in any dissolution proceeding filed by the Secretary. The reasonable fees and necessary expenses of the examining corporate fiduciary or other suitable person, as approved by the Secretary or as recommended by the Secretary and approved by the court if a dissolution proceeding has been filed, shall be borne by the subject association and shall have the same priority for payment as the reasonable and necessary expenses of the Secretary in conducting an examination.
As soon as reasonably can be done, the Secretary, if he or she deems it advisable, shall seek the advice and instruction of the court concerning the removal of the corporate fiduciary as to all of its fiduciary accounts and the appointment of a successor fiduciary, which may be the examining corporate fiduciary, to take over and administer all of the fiduciary accounts being administered by the trust department of the association. The corporate fiduciary or other suitable person appointed to make the examination shall make a proper accounting, in the manner and scope as determined by the Secretary to be practical and advisable under the circumstances, on behalf of the trust department of the association and no guardian ad litem need be appointed to review the accounting.
(Source: P.A. 96-1365, eff. 7-28-10.)