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Commercial Real Estate Receiverships: The Closing of the Action and Miscellaneous Matters
The sale order should require that the receiver file an accounting of its activities as receiver within so many days of the sale of the property.
Commercial Real Estate Receiverships: The Sale Process Itself
Typically, the receiver will market the property for sale using the same methods as it would for any other commercial property.
Commercial Real Estate Receiverships: The Receiver’s Duties
Aside from the management and preservation of the property there are several additional things the receiver should do upon entry of the receivership order and the filing of the surety bond, if required.
Commercial Real Estate Receiverships: History, Factors, and Types of Receiverships
Historically, receiverships for commercial real estate were used to collect rents and fees generated by income-producing properties prior to the completion of foreclosure sales on those properties.
North Carolina Industrial Commission Penalty Assessment Orders: Common Civil and Criminal FAQs
Since approximately 2014, the North Carolina Industrial Commission has doggedly pursued businesses without workers’ compensation insurance in violation of NCGS § 97-94.

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Troy R. Johnson, Jr. Joins Kaufman & Canoles
Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. is pleased to announce that Troy R. Johnson, Jr. has joined the firm as an Associate in the Norfolk office.
Vincent Mastracco Jr., Thomas K. Norment Jr., and William R. Van Buren III Selected to the Virginia Business Magazine 2021 Power List
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William M. Palmer Joins Kaufman & Canoles
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