All of a debtor’s assets are subject to account for the performance of its obligations, except for those assets which, pursuant to law, are inalienable or cannot be attached.
Insolvency is an economic phenomenon with economic, social and legal consequences. When a debtor is unable to pay its debts as they become due, the legal system provides for a mechanism to address the collective satisfaction of the claims from the assets of the debtor.
The legal framework for business insolvency can be seen from three different approaches: out-of-court restructuring; court-assisted reorganization and liquidation; and administrative resolution.
In this memo;
- Out-of-Court Restructuring
- Court-Assisted Reorganization and Liquidation
- Special Insolvencies
- Administrative Resolution of Banks
- Sundry Corporate and Other Law Issues
Please see full memo below for more information.
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