Receivership definition

Receivership means a proceeding in which a receiver is appointed.
Receivership means the voluntary or involuntary transfer of ownership and operation of a public water system according to chapter 7.60 RCW and RCW 43.70.195.
Receivership means the administration and management of the affairs of an

Examples of Receivership in a sentence

  • Fourth, the transfers were made in direct proximity of a legal dispute and litigation between CHFS and its most significant putative creditors in the Receivership Action, EFP and BHT, and Dr. Edwards.

  • Thus the Receivership Order contemplates that a trustee-in- bankruptcy other than the Receiver may be appointed.

  • On January 17, 2022, Morris Group learned of the Receivership Order.

  • To the contrary, the Receivership Order authorizes the Receiver to enter into agreements with “any trustee in bankruptcy appointed in respect of the Debtors”.

  • The Receivership Order does not specifically authorize the Receiver to act as trustee in bankruptcy in respect of the Debtors’ estates.


More Definitions of Receivership

Receivership or "WINDING-UP" of any person shall be construed so as to include any equivalent or analogous proceedings under the laws of the jurisdiction in which such person is incorporated (or, if not a company or corporation, domiciled) or any jurisdiction in which such person carries on business.
Receivership means an action in which a receiver is appointed.
Receivership means the case in which the receiver is appointed, and, as the context requires, the proceeding in which the receiver takes possession of, manages, or disposes of the respondent's property.
Receivership means any liquidation, rehabilitation, conservation or ancillary receivership, as the context requires.
Receivership means any liquidation, rehabilitation, con- servation or ancillary receivership proceeding as the context requires.
Receivership means a proceeding in which a receiver is