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Title: PUBLIC UTILITIES
Section: New company may issue bonds and stock; settling debts of former company
When a new railroad company is organized to purchase and operate the railroad and franchises of any railroad company of this state sold on foreclosure or insolvency proceedings, and has acquired title to such railroad and franchises pursuant to a plan for readjustment of the interest therein of mortgage creditors, other creditors and stockholders and for the representation of such interest in the bonds, debts or stocks of the new company, the new company may issue its bonds and stock in conformity with such plan and may within six months after its organization, compromise, settle or assume the payment of any debt or liability of the former company on such terms as may be approved by a majority of the agents or trustees intrusted with the carrying out of the plan of reorganization.
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