National Asset Management Agency Act 2009
Powers of statutory receivers.
148.— (1) A statutory receiver has the powers, rights and obligations that a receiver has under the Companies Acts, and the powers, rights and obligations specified in Schedule 1 .
(2) In Schedule 1 a reference to a secured asset is, in relation to a particular statutory receiver, a reference to land or property that is subject to a charge or other security that is included in the bank asset pursuant to which the statutory receiver was appointed.
(3) Where a charge provides for a receiver appointed under it to have any power in addition to those referred to in subsection (1) , a statutory receiver appointed in relation to the property subject to the charge also has that additional power. However, a statutory receiver exercising any such additional power is taken to do so by virtue of his or her appointment under this Chapter and is not bound by any restriction on its exercise specified in the charge.
(4) A statutory receiver is not subject to the restrictions on the powers of a receiver in the Conveyancing Act 1881 or the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009.
(5) The enforcement of a security by a statutory receiver is not subject to the restrictions in the Conveyancing Act 1881 or the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009.
(6) Section 100(2) of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 does not apply to the exercise of a power of sale by NAMA or a statutory receiver.
(7) A statutory receiver, in selling property the subject of a charge in favour of NAMA, shall exercise all reasonable care to obtain the best price reasonably obtainable for the property at the time of sale.
(8) If joint statutory receivers are appointed, each one severally may exercise any power or carry out any function of a statutory receiver.