CCS HCS SCS SB 578, 2016 (New Section - as Truly Agreed)
515.650. 1. A receiver appointed in any action pending
in the courts of this state, without first seeking approval of
the court, may apply to any court outside of this state for appointment
as receiver with respect to any property or business of the person
over whose property the receiver is appointed constituting estate
property which is located in any other jurisdiction, if the appointment
is necessary to the receiver's possession, control, management,
or disposition of property in accordance with orders of the court.
2. A receiver appointed by a court of another state, or by a federal court in any district outside of this state, or any other person having an interest in that proceeding, may obtain appointment by a court of this state of that same receiver with respect to any property or business of the person over whose property the receiver is appointed constituting property of the foreign receivership that is located in this jurisdiction if the person is eligible to serve as receiver and the appointment is necessary to the receiver's possession, control, or disposition of the property in accordance with orders of the court in the foreign proceeding. Upon the receiver's request, the court shall enter the orders not offensive to the laws and public policy of this state, necessary to effectuate orders entered by the court in the foreign receivership proceeding. A receiver appointed in an ancillary receivership in this state is required to comply with sections 515.500 to 515.665 requiring notice to creditors or other parties in interest only as may be required by the superior court in the ancillary receivership.