Section 17651 Of Article 3. Liquidation By The Commissioner From California Financial Code >> Division 6. >> Chapter 6. >> Article 3.

. When the commissioner has (a) fully liquidated all claims other than claims of stockholders, and (b) made due provision for any and all known but unclaimed liabilities, excepting claims of stockholders, and (c) paid all expenses of liquidation, then upon the written request of the holders of a majority of the stock of such licensee he shall deliver to the licensee or its trustees any surplus that then remains in his hands, together with all the records and effects. The licensee or its trustees shall have title to such surplus, records, and effects free from any claim of the commissioner.