Examples of receivership in a Sentence
Years of financial difficulty eventually placed the company into receivership.
Recent Examples of receivership from the Web
The settlement is subject to approval by a federal court in Oregon that is overseeing the receivership of the investment firm that owned the loans, Aequitas Capital Management LLC.
At this time, there is no timeline for Hamtramck being released from receivership.
The decision handed down by U.S. District Judge Timothy S. Black, allows the Alms Hill Apartments to remain in state-court appointed receivership instead of possibly becoming a vacant building, until a new purchaser can be found.
The financial irregularities played a role in the state’s drinking water receivership case.
Read: Lawsuit: Subsidized housing owner concealing hazards Read: 'Nuisance' apartments placed in receivershipHUD argued the Alms Hill Apartments has major health and safety problems citing four failed inspections.
After the lawsuit, the school went into court receivership.
Earlier this week, Massachusetts officials placed the Minuteman Health co-op in receivership.
Gordy’s, which over the last month closed six of its 26 locations, was forced into receivership by a supplier that says it is owed $86.8 million, the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram has reported.
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Financial Definition of RECEIVERSHIP
What It Is
How It Works
In a receivership, a receiver takes custody of the company's property and operations. A court appoints the receiver.
The receiver's job is to pay down as much debt as possible. This usually means selling company assets, laying off employees and liquidating inventories.
Why It Matters
Companies that are in receivership are at the mercy of the receiver. In fact, the receivers control the company, making decisions large and small, and the receivers have court-appointed authority to do so. Accordingly, companies that are in receivership are usually on their last legs.
RECEIVERSHIP Defined for English Language Learners
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