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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)
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ISBN: 9781579110796
Publisher: Matthew Bender
Frequency: (1 issues)
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Lending officers, outside counsel and in-house attorneys representing banks and other lending institutions will benefit considerably from this one-volume publication. Collier Lending Institutions is a comprehensive treatise on bankruptcy law, taking lenders step-by-step through the bankruptcy process, from loan inception, loan administration, workouts and all the way to a bankruptcy case.

Collier Lending Institutions leads with a practical discussion of what bankruptcy is all about, then moves into specific bankruptcy issues of which a lender must be aware. The following key points are covered:

•  General overview of the Bankruptcy Code and the provisions that specifically affect lending institutions
•  Bankruptcy considerations and strategies when structuring and documenting lending transactions
•  Specific bankruptcy provisions that a lender must be familiar with: automatic stay; executory contracts; preferences, setoff and fraudulent transfers; and sale of assets
•  Lending in bankruptcy cases
•  Participation in chapter 11 reorganizations
•  Lender liability

In addition, the publication contains many helpful checklists and forms that can assist lenders throughout the bankruptcy process.

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