Section 120 Compensation of the Liquidator The liquidator and the persons and

Section 120 compensation of the liquidator the

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Section 120. Compensation of the Liquidator. - The liquidator and the persons and entities engaged or employed by him to assist in the discharge of his powers and duties shall be entitled to such reasonable compensation as may determined by the liquidation court, which shall not exceed the maximum amount as may be prescribed by the Supreme Court. Section 121. Reporting Requiremen5ts. - The liquidator shall make and keep a record of all moneys received and all disbursements mad by him or under his authority as liquidator. He shall render a quarterly report thereof to the court , which report shall be made available to all interested parties. The liquidator shall also submit such reports as may be required by the court from time to time as well as a final report at the end of the liquidation proceedings. Section 122. Discharge of Liquidator. - In preparation for the final settlement of all the claims against the debtor , the liquidator will notify all the creditors, either by publication in a newspaper of general circulation or such other mode as the court may direct or allow, that will apply with the court for the settlement of his account and his discharge from liability as liquidator. The liquidator will file a final accounting with the court, with proof of notice to all creditors. The accounting will be set for hearing. If the court finds the same in order, the court will discharge the liquidator. (C) Determination of Claims Section 123. Registry of Claims. - Within twenty (20) days from his assumption into office the liquidator shall prepare a preliminary registry of claims of secured and unsecured creditors. Secured creditors who have waived their security or lien, or have fixed the value of the property subject of their security or lien by agreement with the liquidator and is admitted as a creditor for the balance , shall be considered as unsecured creditors. The liquidator shall make the registry available for public inspection and provide publication notice to creditors, individual debtors owner/s of the sole proprietorship-debtor, the partners of the partnership-debtor and shareholders or members of the
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corporation-debtor, on where and when they may inspect it. All claims must be duly proven before being paid. Section 124. Right of Set-off. - If the debtor and creditor are mutually debtor and creditor of each other one debt shall be set off against the other, and only the balance, if any shall be allowed in the liquidation proceedings. Section 125. - Opposition or Challenge to Claims. - Within thirty (30 ) days from the expiration of the period for filing of applications for recognition of claims, creditors, individual debtors, owner/s of the sole proprietorship-debtor, partners of the partnership-debtor and shareholders or members of the corporation -debtor and other interested parties may submit a challenge to claim or claims to the court, serving a certified copy on the liquidator and the creditor holding the challenged claim. Upon the expiration of the (30) day period, the rehabilitation receiver shall submit to the court the registry of claims containing the undisputed claims that have not been subject to challenge. Such claims shall
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