§412:2-410 Supervised reorganization. (a) The commissioner and, with the commissioner's written approval, any conservator appointed pursuant to this part, may reorganize a Hawaii financial institution in conservatorship, provided that:
(1) The reorganization will be accomplished under a plan which the commissioner finds is fair and equitable to all depositors, beneficiaries, creditors, and shareholders or members, and is in the public interest;
(2) The commissioner has approved of the plan in writing, subject to such conditions, restrictions, and limitations as the commissioner may deem appropriate;
(3) Notice of the plan has been given to all depositors (except depositors whose deposits have been paid in full by a federal deposit insurer or assumed by a federally insured financial institution), creditors, and shareholders or members in a form and manner satisfactory to the commissioner; and
(4) After such notice, the reorganization plan shall have been consented to in writing by:
(A) Depositors representing at least seventy-five per cent of the amount of the financial institution's total deposits which will not be satisfied in full under the plan of reorganization;
(B) Creditors representing at least seventy-five per cent of the total amount of the claims of general creditors of the financial institution which will not be satisfied in full under the plan of reorganization;
(C) Subordinated creditors representing at least seventy-five per cent of the total amount of the claims of each class of debt subordinated by law or by contract to the claims of general creditors which will not be satisfied in full under the plan of reorganization; and
(D) Shareholders holding at least two-thirds of each class of the capital stock of the financial institution.
(b) If the foregoing requirements have been met, the commissioner shall issue a certificate to the Hawaii financial institution indicating that the reorganization plan, a copy of which shall be attached to the certificate, has been properly approved, and setting forth any conditions that the commissioner deems appropriate, as well as the effective date of the reorganization.
(c) Once any reorganization has become effective as provided herein, it shall be binding upon all depositors, creditors, and shareholders or members of the Hawaii financial institution, whether or not they have consented to the plan of reorganization, and all claims of such persons shall be treated as if they had consented to the plan of reorganization.
(d) When the reorganization becomes effective, all books, records, and assets of the Hawaii financial institution shall be disposed of in accordance with the plan and the affairs of the financial institution shall be conducted by its board of directors in the manner provided by the plan and under any conditions, restrictions, and limitations prescribed by the commissioner. [L 1993, c 350, pt of §1]