receivership


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the state of property that is in the hands of a receiver

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a court action that places property under the control of a receiver during litigation so that it can be preserved for the benefit of all

the office of a receiver

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In the same month, the regulator and KDIC announced a release of funds increasing total recovery to approximately 35 per cent of original eligible deposits held at the date of receivership.
In the end, the Milwaukee bankruptcy judge Beth Hanan ruled the stay on the receivership case should remain in place at least for now.
Feni Industry was in a receivership for almost a year after its previous management from Cunico of the Netherlands brought it financial problems and left it with debts of some 70 million euros.
(2) Within 28 days after the filing of the acceptance of appointment, the receiver shall provide notice of entry of the order of appointment to any person or entity having a recorded interest in all or any part of the receivership estate.
From the 29 greenhouses to the planted flowers, irrigation and temperature control systems and the Karuturi hospital, a good number of the cogs in the machine that created an ecosystem supporting more than 10,000 Naivasha residents are now in poor condition, with damage estimated at over S.2 billion.Documents in court which Karuturi's owners are now basing a Sh12.9 billion claim from Stanbic on indicate that the flower firm's assets have been among the hardest hit in the receivership wars.
The District Court granted a general receivership over LSI and appointed BGA Management as receiver.
'In the instant case, the status quo wherein the assets are not sold pending the ruling of the [SC] as to the validity of placing [Banco Filipino] under receivership is but safe and proper.
"At this point they are not in receivership, and I haven't heard that that was imminent.
In his letter to parliament, Anastasiades said the law would have granted to persons against whom receivership orders were issued, similar rights to those of bankrupt people who were subsequently rightfully reinstated or had the receivership order cancelled based on the provisions of the law's article 31A which was meanwhile abolished.
Insurance commissioner Dennis Funa issued Circular Letter 2018-32 adopting the new policy for the reinsurance of the outstanding policies of companies under conservatorship, receivership or liquidation pursuant to Republic Act 10607 or the Amended Insurance Code of the Philippines.
The Basel III-compliant Tier 2 (B3T2) bond has a non-viability trigger provision, which requires the bond to be ranked equally with common shares upon government receivership, regulatory order for resolution or liquidation.
The Korea Development Bank (KDB) has decided to examine STX Offshore and Shipbuilding's self-rescue plan this week, allowing the debt-ridden shipbuilder a second chance to avoid court receivership, industry officials said Tuesday.
Global Banking News-June 23, 2017--Kenya to extend Imperial Bank receivership
The transaction closed last month, almost a year after the US District Court in Portland, Oregon placed the fund's previous parent company, Aequitas Management, LLC, into receivership following allegations of fundraising improprieties and charges filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Compare the federal bankruptcy process to the strange world of insurance receivership starting with the appointment of an insolvent insurer's regulator-not a specialized manager-as its receiver and purported protector of all interested parties, with oversight by a randomly selected, non-specialized judge.