Discussion in 'Legal Terminology' started by Max Ramírez, Jan 9, 2013.
Could someone help me interpret the term company solvent reorganization?
Thanks a lot,
Under the rules of the forum, you must post a complete sentence and you should also describe what kind of document it appears in. That will get you better results.
The term belongs to a document consistint in articles ofincorporation of a company and bylaws.
And a full sentence with the term? If that term is a heading, then you should provide the full text of what appears below the heading.
For various reasons a company may need to be restructured. If it happens while the company is solvent you would have a "company solvent reorganization".
I would normally refer to that as "solvent company reorganization," but more important is the need for context. The rules provide:
For all we know, it could refer to a company that makes solvents.
Separate names with a comma.