creditor's rights


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creditor's rights

n. the field of law dealing with the legal means and procedures to collect debts and judgments. (See: debt, judgment, creditor, debtor)

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Provenzale focuses in the areas of creditor's rights and real estate transactions, development, and finance.
He will practice in the Firms' Creditor's Rights and Banking and Finance groups.
Matters related to the creditor's rights currently being disposed of (including types of collateral of the disposed creditor's rights; if the creditor's rights are creditor's rights toward a related person, the name of the related person and the book amount of the creditor's rights toward such related person currently being disposed of must also be announced): N/A
Golding has consistently been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer[R] in the areas of creditor's rights and banking law by Thomson Reuters, published annually in Philadelphia magazine and is Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review-rated AV.
Schneider Goldstein Bloomfield, LLP, A law firm representing clients in real estate, litigation, arbitration, appellate practice, insurance, creditor's rights and intellectual property, signed a lease renewal of 3,427 s/f for a five year term at 90 Broad Street.
Department of Justice, who recently joined Akerman's Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights practice as a shareholder in New York.
The creditor's rights derived from bank loans directly affect the national financial order, and play key roles in the healthy development of the country's economy and finance,' said E'sheng.
Editorial covers preparing executor's and trustee's accounts, performing reviews, fiduciary accounting, performance accounting, handling valuations and schedules, determining the client's role, trustee liabilities, creditor's rights, distributions, and interpreting the governing instrument.
302(b)(3) redemption who is a creditor after the transaction, the acquisition of the corporation's assets in the enforcement of the creditor's rights is not a prohibited interest for Sec.
Eller is a member of the Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights and Special Assets Practice Group.
James Synder concentrates his practice in insolvency, restructuring and creditor's rights.