ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
CERTAIN BUSINESS CORPORATIONS
Receivership; corporation as judgment debtor; powers of receiver
Section 105. If a judgment has been recovered against a corporation and it has neglected for thirty days after demand made on execution to pay the amount due with the officer’s fees, or to exhibit to the officer real or personal property belonging to it and subject to be taken on execution sufficient to satisfy the same and the execution has been returned unsatisfied, one or more receivers may be appointed with the powers and duties provided in, and subject to, section one hundred and four.