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Collier Lending Institutions and the Bankruptcy Code

A practice-oriented bankruptcy law manual on the impact of bankruptcy on lending transactions, focusing on the lender's rights as a creditor. With detailed coverage of lending agreements, setoffs, preferences and fraudulent conveyances.
Publisher: Matthew Bender
Frequency: (1 issues)
Print Book :1 Volume; Looseleaf; updated with revisions.
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ISBN: 9780820511191
Publisher: Matthew Bender
Frequency: (1 issues)
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This bankruptcy law manual offers a practice-oriented approach to the impact of bankruptcy on lending transactions. Written principally from the lender's point of view, the publication first provides an overview of the Bankruptcy Code and the provisions that affect lending institutions. This is followed by detailed discussion of:

•  Bankruptcy considerations and strategies for the structure and documentation of lending transactions
•  Enforceability of default provisions
•  Detecting financial problems
•  Bankruptcy practice: the unsecured and secured term lending agreement
•  The right of setoff
•  Participation in Chapter 11 reorganizations
•  Lender liability

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