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One Turn Too Tight: Lenders as Special Members in Bankruptcy Remote Structures

In distressed situations and workouts, lenders often trade forbearance and additional funding for concessions that make it easier to foreclose if the debtor commits new defaults or files a bankruptcy. Two recent Bankruptcy Court decisions refused to enforce provisions in forbearance agreements...

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