<h2The State Financial Corporation Act,1951
Section 29. Rights of Financial Corporation in case of default
(1) Where any industrial concern, which is under a liability to the Financial Corporation under an agreement, makes any default in re-payment of any loan or advance or any instalment thereof or otherwise fails to comply with the terms of its agreement with the Financial Corporation, the Financial Corporation shall have the right to take over the management of the industrial Corporation shall have the right to take over the management of the industrial concern, as well as the right to sell and realise the property pledged, mortgaged, hypothecated or assigned to the Financial Corporation.
(2) Any transfer of property made by the Financial Corporation, in exercise of its powers of sale and realisation under sub-section (1), shall vest in the transferee all rights in or to the property transferred as if the sale had been made by the owner of the property.
(3) The Financial Corporation shall have the same rights and powers with respect to goods manufactured or produced wholly or partly from goods forming part of the security held by it as it had with respect to the original goods.
(4) Where any property is sold or realised by the Financial Corporation under the provisions of this section, the money which is received by it from such sale or realisation shall, in the absence of any contract to the contrary, be held by the Financial Corporation in trust to be applied, first, in payment of all costs, charges and expenses properly incurred by it as incident to the said sale or realisation and, secondly in discharge of the debt due to the financial Corporation and the residue of the money so received shall be paid to the person entitled thereto.
(5) Where the Financial Corporation takes over the management of an industrial concern under the provisions of sub-section (1), the Financial Corporation shall be deemed to be the owner of such concern, for the purposes of suits by or against the concern, and shall sue and be sued in the name of the owner of the concern.