the duties and obligations of a rehabilitation receiver 4 Good moral character

The duties and obligations of a rehabilitation

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the duties and obligations of a rehabilitation receiver; (4) Good moral character, independence and integrity; (5) Lack of conflict of interest as defined in this Section; and (6) Willingness and ability to file a bond in such amount as may be determined by the court. (b) Without limiting the generality of the following, a rehabilitation receiver may be deemed to have a conflict of interest if: (1) He is a creditor or stockholder of the debtor; (2) He is engaged in a line of business which competes with the debtor; (3) He is, or was within two (2) years from the filing of the petition, a director, officer, or employee of the debtor or any 11 of its present creditors, or the auditor or accountant of the debtor; (4) He is or was within two (2) years from the filing of the petition, an underwriter of the outstanding securities of the debtor; (5) He is related by consanguinity or affinity within the fourth civil degree to any creditor, stockholder, director, officer, employee, or underwriter of the debtor; or (6) He has any other direct or indirect material interest in the debtor or any creditor. SEC. 12. Powers and Functions of Rehabilitation Receiver. —The rehabilitation receiver shall not take over the management and control of the debtor but shall closely oversee and monitor the operations of the debtor during the pendency of the proceedings. For this purpose, the rehabilitation receiver shall have the powers, duties and functions of a receiver under Presidential Decree No. 902-A, as amended, and the Rules of Court. The rehabilitation receiver shall be considered as an officer of the court. He shall be primarily tasked to study the best way to rehabilitate the debtor and to ensure that the value of the debtor's property is reasonably maintained pending the determination of whether or not the debtor should be rehabilitated, as well as implement the rehabilitation plan after its approval. Accordingly, he shall have the following powers and functions: (a) To verify the accuracy of the petition, including its annexes such as the Schedule of Debts and Liabilities and the Inventory
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of Assets submitted in support of the petition; (b) To accept and incorporate, when justified, amendments to the Schedule of Debts and Liabilities ; (c) To recommend to the court the disallowance of claims and rejection of amendments to the Schedule of Debts and Liabilities that lack sufficient proof and justification; (d) To submit to the court and make available for review by the creditors, a revised Schedule of Debts and Liabilities ; (e) To investigate the acts, conduct, properties, liabilities and financial condition of the debtor, the operation of its business and the desirability of the continuance thereof; and, any other matter relevant to the proceeding or to the formulation of a rehabilitation plan; 12 (f) To examine under oath the directors and officers of the debtor and any other witnesses that he may deem appropriate; (g) To make available to the creditors documents and notices necessary for them to follow and participate in the proceedings; (h) To report to the court any fact ascertained by him pertaining to
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