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noun as in Chapter 11

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One day earlier, Dayson approved the AG office’s request that Casa Ruby be placed under receivership.

The judge’s order came one day after she approved the AG office’s request that Casa Ruby be placed under receivership and two weeks after the judge approved the AG’s request that all of Casa Ruby’s bank and credit card accounts be frozen.

Among those who spoke at the virtual hearing was Casa Ruby founder and former executive director Ruby Corado, who said she did not oppose a limited receivership order.

Comber told Dayson at Wednesday’s virtual court hearing that the AG’s office did not object to her decision to postpone a ruling on the request for a receivership order.

By 1910, the company had fallen into receivership, and by 1913, the holding company it had reorganized under, the United States Motor Company, a conglomerate meant to take on General Motors, had collapsed completely.

I am convinced by what I have read that the next thing I will hear is that Fox is in receivership!

All across the country, banks had failed, railroads had gone into receivership, farms had foreclosed, and jobs had disappeared.

Aaron Logan got his order for receivership before his public went frantic and while cash was yet available.

The receivership was closed and the administration of the road was restored to the Cleveland and Pittsburg Company.

Then came a letter from a brother lawyer who was looking after some details of the receivership.

And a measure which would insure the running of the plant under a temporary receivership would, of course, do it.

It looked as if it might have to go into receivership, even though at that moment its stock had reached well above par.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to receivership, such as: bankruptcy, chapter eleven, chapter xi, default, failure, and insolvency.

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