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What happens when a company goes into receivership?

I work for a hotel that is going into foreclosure. It needs a lot of rennovating. We are currently in what is called receivership. What usually happens, has anyone been through this?

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One Response to "What happens when a company goes into receivership?"

  1. Lady Carolina J says:
    Try going to http://www.onelookdictionary.com for your answer? Hope all else is well in your life? Peace, C J :)

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