(e). The trustee or other liquidator, acting on behalf of all entitlement holders having security entitlements with respect to a particular financial asset, may recover the financial asset, or interest therein, from the purchaser. If the trustee or other liquidator elects not to pursue that right, an entitlement holder whose security entitlement remains unsatisfied has the right to recover its interest in the financial asset from the purchaser.
(e) An action based on the entitlement holder's property interest
with respect to a particular financial asset under subsection (a), whether
framed in conversion, replevin, constructive trust, equitable lien, or other
theory, may not be asserted against any purchaser of a financial asset or
interest therein who gives value, obtains control, and does not act in
collusion with the securities intermediary in violating the securities
intermediary's obligations under Section 8-504.
(Source: P.A. 89-364, eff. 1-1-96.)