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Bankruptcy Issues for the Real Estate Professional

October 24, 2013

8:30am – 10:00am [breakfast starts at 8:00am]

Whether your interest in financially stressed or distressed real estate is as an existing or potential owner, developer, manager or investor (or as an advisor to any of the above), keeping abreast of the recent developments in and changes to the Bankruptcy Code regarding distressed real estate investments is key to avoiding potential risks. The breakfast program covered the current state of the law, including recent court decisions, with respect to:

  • Single Asset Real Estate ("SARE") Debtors and the Automatic Stay
  • Bankruptcy Remote Special Purpose Vehicles
  • Asset Sales Under Bankruptcy Code Section 363
  • Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases – Assumption/Rejection Under Bankruptcy Code Section 365
  • Perfection of Security Interests in Rents
  • Fraudulent Conveyances – Current Developments
  • Chapter 11 Plans – Pre-packaged/Pre-negotiated/Free-fall

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