(A) Upon complaint or motion of any receiver, conservator, rehabilitator, or liquidator appointed in a proceeding under sections 3903.01 to 3903.59 of the Revised Code, any court of general jurisdiction may issue a temporary restraining order, a preliminary injunction, a permanent injunction, or such other orders that the court considers necessary and proper to prevent any one or more of the following:
(1) The transaction of further business;
(2) The transfer of property;
(4) Waste of the insurer's assets;
(5) Dissipation and transfer of bank accounts;
(6) The commencement or further prosecution of any actions or proceedings;
(7) The obtaining of preferences, judgments, attachments, garnishments, or liens against the insurer, its assets, or its policyholders;
(8) The levying of execution against the insurer, its assets, or its policyholders;
(9) The making of any sale or deed for nonpayment of taxes or assessments that would lessen the value of the assets of the insurer;
(10) The withholding from the receiver, conservator, rehabilitator, or liquidator of books, accounts, documents, or other records relating to the business of the insurer;
(11) Any other threatened or contemplated action that might lessen the value of the insurer's assets or prejudice the rights of policyholders, creditors, or shareholders, or the administration of any proceeding under sections 3903.01 to 3903.59 of the Revised Code.
(B) The receivership, conservator, rehabilitator, or liquidator may apply to any court outside of this state for any relief described in division (A) of this section.
Effective Date: 03-07-1983