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construct or form anew or provide with a new structure

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Lower interest rates on floating loans have helped to slow the need to restructure or foreclose on troubled properties," says Patrick Leardo, director of Coopers & Lybrand's Real Estate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Services Group.
Zarin said, "While Fidenas has previously informed the company that it believes the company must restructure its debt to remain viable and that any such restructuring must include an equity infusion from a strong investor, now, for its own reasons, Fidenas opposes the restructuring we have finally negotiated and has gone to court to invalidate the more than $18 million of equity investments in Emerson that two suppliers and the former chairman of the company's largest supplier have made.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (NYSE:VRX) today announced that it will restructure its operations to reduce costs and accelerate its earnings growth, and to focus its research and development resources on select late stage pipeline products.
Paragraph 19 of the SOP says it does not apply to government organizations, entities that liquidate or adopt plans of liquidation under the Bankruptcy Code and entities that restructure debt outside chapter 11.
There is no guarantee that the company will be able to restructure its Notes, or raise additional financing on acceptable terms.