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Following a 30-hour auction at a Delaware law office, a liquidator bought Tower’s assets.
Those discounts are expected to get steeper as liquidators work to empty the closing stores by April.
The company instead favored a proposal from liquidators offering to sell most of its assets for more than C$300 million, this person said.
Mostly liquidators and small businesses were bidding in person at the auction, held at what was Alfred Angelo’s warehouse in Deerfield Beach.
These liquidators—like Great American and Tiger Direct, who handled HH Gregg’s liquidation—often buy remaining merchandise outright.
The Cour de Cassation backed on Thursday a December 2015 ruling from the Paris court of appeals that ordered Tapie, his wife, the companies of his group and his liquidators to repay the funds on the basis that they had been obtained fraudulently.
The liquidators have exclusive the use of the website till may 18.
Luckily, the liquidators seemed to have plenty of customers on day one of the sale, which will run daily for 60 days or until the property is cleaned out.
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