examinership


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examinership

(ɪɡˈzæmɪnəˌʃɪp)
(in the Republic of Ireland) n
1. the office or function of an examiner
2. the condition of being administered by an examiner
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Back to 2008, we lost the league to Bohemians in our own back yard and went into examinership that same week.
Courts received examinership applications from only four companies seeking to have their debt restructured, Karotsakis said according to the CNA.
Cope, who joined Ladbrokes from Gala Coral in 2012, had headed the review of Ladbrokes' Irish division which was subsequently placed under examinership with plans for the business on hold until that process is completed.
Earlier this week the firm put its Irish business, which runs 196 shops and employs 840 staff, into examinership allowing it to restructure the loss-making business.
The parallel set of regulations on insolvencies seems to be proceeding, at last, with the regulations determining examinership now concluded, while the final thorny issue of third party loan guarantors still pending.
Eircom entered examinership in March 2012 with EUR4.1bn of gross debt.
ACCbank opposed the examinership application which would have protected the company for 100 days.
Aer Arann applied for Examinership in 2010, a process in Irish law which works similarly to bankruptcy protection, allowing an Examiner to be appointed to evaluate the companyOs viability, and to develop a long-term survival plan where appropriate (see online news September 8, 2010).
The airline chief executive officer, Graham Doyle, said, 'We have been aware of Aer Arann's difficulties since before their examinership in 2010 and continued to work with them through these challenges.
Fastnet Line which operates the ferry for the West Cork Tourism Co-Operative, a joint Welsh-Irish initiative which owns the ferry service, has been placed in examinership - an Irish form of bankruptcy protection.
The company has now gone into "interim examinership" - a feature of Irish law which does not exist in Wales and England.