Receiverships-appointment of receiver, Financial Accounting

RECEIVERSHIPS: APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVER

If a company defaults in payment of principal or interest, or otherwise defaults in observing the conditions contained in debentures issued, a receivership may result. A receiver can only be appointed where the debentures are secured by a fixed or floating charge, or both.

Where power is given in the terms of issue, the debenture holders or their trustees, if there is a trust deed, may appoint a receiver without having to apply to the court; and where the terms of issue provide for such an appointment, they usually provide also for the events upon the happening of which he shall be appointed, e.g. non—payment of principal, interest in arrears.

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