2733.33 Court may require bank directors to give security.

Upon satisfactory proof that the directors of a banking association mentioned in section 2733.32 of the Revised Code have violated or are about to violate any of its franchises, the court, or a judge thereof in vacation, may require the directors to give security to the stockholders, to the satisfaction of the court or judge, for the proper discharge of their duties and the management and security of the assets. Such court or judge may enjoin the directors from incurring any additional liabilities except for the payment of the necessary services of the officers and employees of the banking association, the amount of which, while the quo warranto proceedings are pending, shall be under the control of the court.

Cite as R.C. § 2733.33

History. Effective Date: 10-01-1953