pendente lite receivership
- A receivership in which a receiver is appointed by the court to hold certain property during the pendency of an action in which the property is involved. 45 Am J1st Rec § 3.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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receiver pendente lite — See pendente lite receivership … Ballentine's law dictionary
provisional receivership — A term sometimes confused with ancillary receivership, but standing for that which is substantially a pendente lite receivership. See pendente lite receivership … Ballentine's law dictionary
receiver — A person appointed to take custody of property in a receivership. A person appointed by the court to receive and preserve the property of fund in litigation, and receive its rents, issues, and profits, and apply or dispose of them at the… … Ballentine's law dictionary
ancillary receiver — A receiver who has been appointed in aid of, and in subordination to, a foreign receiver for the purpose of collecting and taking charge of the assets of the insolvent corporation in the jurisdiction where he is appointed. Re Stoddard, 242 NY 148 … Ballentine's law dictionary
administrator — ad·min·i·stra·tor /əd mi nə ˌstrā tər/ n 1: a person appointed by a probate court to manage the distribution of the assets in the estate of a person who has died without leaving a valid will or leaving a will that does not name an executor able… … Law dictionary
receiver — A person appointed by a court for the purpose of preserving property of a debtor pending an action against him, or applying the property in satisfaction of a creditor s claim, whenever there is danger that, in the absence of such an appointment,… … Black's law dictionary
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