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  • Reviewing the liens, leases, loan agreements and other security documentation you currently use. We shall then provide you with our opinion as to whether it is doing what you want it to and what can done to improve it.

  • Reviewing the liens, leases, loan agreements and other security documentation that is used by third parties such as banks or other creditors in order to provide you with our opinion as to whether it does what those third parties are claiming it does.

  • Reviewing insolvency or bankruptcy documents that you receive to determine if the proper procedures are being followed and to advise you as to what your options are as a creditor of an insolvent or bankrupt company.

  • Acting for creditors in their dealings with defaulting or insolvent debtors. This includes such work as: (a) issuing formal demands for payment; (b) issuing notices of default; (c) issuing notices of seizure under the PPSA; (d) giving notices to third parties to redirect payments and, (e) overseeing the sale of seized assets.

  • Assisting creditors in retaining and making use of a bailiff to carry out the seizure and sale of assets pursuant to the PPSA or under a court order.

  • Assisting creditors in their negotiations with other parties, including competing creditors, to determine how to share the assets of an insolvent or bankrupt debtor.

  • Dealing with trustees and receivers on behalf of creditors to ensure that the proper process is followed in dealing with an insolvency or bankruptcy, including insuring that filings and proposals are accurate and complete. We also prepare and advance claims on behalf of creditors to those trustees and receivers. Our work includes ensuring that claims against a company's assets are properly reviewed and valued by trustees and receivers.

  • Representing creditors in court applications in British Columbia pursuant to the PPSA for orders to seize, store or sell assets of debtors.

  • Representing creditors in litigation to determine the order in which they and other creditors will share in the assets of an insolvent or bankrupt debtor.

  • Examining directors and officers of insolvent or bankrupt companies about the financial affairs and management of those companies.

  • Applying to court to review or set aside bankruptcy discharges.

  • Acting for creditors in proceedings to review the actions and conduct of trustees and receivers, (including in the process for approval of the bills of trustees and receivers to be paid by an estate or by creditors).

 

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