trustee in bankruptcy

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trustee in bankruptcy

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(Banking & Finance) a person entrusted with the administration of a bankrupt's affairs and with realizing his or her assets for the benefit of the creditors
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[USA], Sep 1 (ANI): Supermodels Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski are among the many celebrities, who are officially sued by a bankruptcy trustee as a result of promoting the infamous Fyre Festival.
Mrs Hutcheon's bankruptcy trustee, Michael Reid, also attempted to reverse the bankruptcy decision but was unsuccessful.
A consignor should "dot its i's and cross its t's" by satisfying all of the requirements contained in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") governing consignments as a matter of best practice, This will ensure that the consignor will enjoy prior rights to its consigned goods over the rights of a secured lender with a blanket security interest in the consignee's goods and the rights of a bankruptcy trustee as a judgment lien creditor under the Bankruptcy Code.
The bankruptcy trustee has so far recognized debts of 9 million euros but creditors reported claims of almost 24 million euros.
Ryan assumed the role of counsel for a bankruptcy trustee to bring SunTrust to the table.
Gaffeyfocuses his practice on corporate bankruptcy and business reorganization, including pre-bankruptcy planning, loan workouts and financial restructuring, commercial and business litigation, creditors' rights and preference defense, and bankruptcy trustee representations.
The outlet is currently administered by the bankruptcy trustee who, together with the biggest creditor, VUacuteB bank, decided to close down the premises on October 31, Sme wrote.One of the reasons is the expiration of several rental contracts, as bankruptcy trustee Ivan Ikreacutenyi confirmed for the daily.
Negotiations between Worley bankruptcy trustee Christine Schubert and Wiggins began in July, court records showed.
A bankruptcy trustee has sued Little Rock attorney David Hodges over allegations that he didn't tell his client, Laura Beth Stamp of Craighead County, that she had a possible lawsuit against her auto insurance carrier for not settling a lawsuit before it reached a jury.
Bankruptcy trustee Maureen Leslie, of MLM Solutions, was appointed to take control of his assets and try to recover the money owed.
The bankruptcy trustee in the Goldberg case filed multiple clawback actions against investors in the Ponzi scheme who had received money from it.