A receivership is a court-appointed tool that can assist creditors to recover funds in default and can help troubled companies to avoid bankruptcy. In the first instance, having a receivership in place makes it easier for a lender to recover funds due to them when a borrower defaults on a loan. In the second case, a receivership may occur as a step in a company’s restructuring process, with the goal of returning the company to profitability. A receivership could also arise during a shareholder dispute to complete a project, liquidate assets, or sell a business, for example.
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