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For many business owners the thought of receivership can cause panic and anxiety. When companies go into liquidation and receivers are appointed by creditors, the worst thing a business owner(s) can do is fail to seek legal advice. Receivers have extensive powers and will take possession of the assets on which any loan is charged and realise it for the benefit of the creditors and pay off the company’s debts.
This area of practice is a hybrid between litigation law and commercial law. Saracens has an excellent record with a team that can assist receivers and secured creditors in documenting their secured claims and negotiating with the debtor-in-possession of the secured assets.
Conversely if you are a company facing the threat of receivership or a receiver has been appointed, Saracens are well placed to advise you on the aspects surrounding the future of the company. Working closely with our litigation practice, we can offer comprehensive advice and support on a strategic and legal approach to the challenges faced by the company.
Call us now if we can assist.