That reorganization is vexatious, frequently long drawn out and costly, is universally conceded. In the absence of statutory provisions, the only known judicial process whereby a court may set a reorganization in motion is a foreclosure and sale, or sale by court decree in an equity receivership. In most cases the real and only purpose of a reorganization is to work out a capital structure which the business of the corporation will support, hence, the sale under foreclosure or by court decree is a device rather than an independent end. As a result, much confusion and uncertainty exist under the authorities as to just how far a court of equity can and will go in protecting the best interests of those concerned.