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9-907. Delinquent stockholders; public or private sale of stock. (a) Whenever any stockholder of a stock bank or trust company or an assignee of such stockholder, fails to pay any assessment as required by K.S.A. 9-906, and amendments thereto, the directors of the bank or trust company may sell the stock of such delinquent stockholder, or so much of the stock as necessary, to satisfy the assessment and any related incidental expenses within 120 days of the bank or trust company's receipt of impairment notice.

(b) The sale of stock of a delinquent stockholder may be either public or private. The bank or trust company may sell the stock to any person paying the highest price, however, the price shall not be less than the amount due upon the stock, including any incidental expenses. If the stock is sold at private sale and the price offered by any non-stockholder does not exceed the highest bid of any stockholder, then such stock shall be sold to the stockholder. If the stock is sold at a public sale, then notice of the public sale shall be published on the same day for two consecutive weeks, in a newspaper of general circulation in the city or county where the bank or trust company is located.

(c) Any excess moneys realized from the sale of the stock shall be paid to the delinquent stockholder, unless the stockholder is indebted to the bank or trust company. If the stockholder has debt, then the excess may be retained by the bank or trust company as an offset against the debt.

(d) If no purchaser can be found for the stock at the public or private sale, the stock shall be forfeited to the bank or trust company to be disposed of as the board of directors shall determine within six months from the date of the public or private sale. If the stock cannot be disposed of within six months, the bank or trust company may request permission from the commissioner for additional time to dispose of the stock.

History: L. 1947, ch. 102, § 20; L. 1987, ch. 54, § 4; L. 2015, ch. 38, § 38; L. 2016, ch. 54, § 20; L. 2018, ch. 75, § 16; July 1.

Source or prior law:



1. Duty of bank to transfer stock; refusal; mandamus proper remedy. Wentworth v. Russell State Bank, 167 Kan. 246, 254, 205 P.2d 972.

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