ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
Commissioner or deputy; receivership function
Section 179. In any proceeding in which application is made by or at the relation of the commissioner for the appointment, either temporary or permanent, of a receiver of a company, the commissioner or one of his deputies or assistants may, in the discretion of the court, be appointed receiver, and when so appointed shall serve without compensation other than his official salary. When authorized in advance by the court, counsel and other assistants may be employed, and paid, from the assets of the company, such sums as the court may fix. Expenses other than those incurred for services in the settlement of the affairs of the company shall, subject to the approval of the court, be paid from its assets. Nothing contained in this section shall affect any provision of sections one hundred and eighty A to one hundred and eighty L, inclusive.