Voluntarily transfer all or most of a debtor`s estate to another trusted person so that he or she withdraws any money owed to the debtor, sells the debtor`s assets and applies the money received to the payment of the debt in order to return a possible surplus to the debtor. In some cases, the assignee may operate the activity of the assignee according to ABC with the intention of selling the transaction as a current business, even if no agreement has been reached with a buyer. However, the assignee must balance the risks and costs of continuing the transaction against the expected expected benefits of an ongoing sale of the business. In the United States, a general transfer or assignment to creditors is merely a contract by which the insolvent company (“Assignor”) transfers legal and fair ownership, and the preservation and control of its assets, to a third party, as well as the preservation and control of its assets, in order to apply the proceeds of the sale to the creditors of the assignee, in accordance with the priorities set by law. [Citation required] The agent may allocate all intangible assets that are not tax-exempt, which can be sold or transported. Note that assets such as intellectual property, trade names, logos, etc., can be transferred and sold. When an entity makes an assignment, all of the company`s tangible and intangible assets, including accounts and rights and credits of all kinds, are transferred, both in law and in their equity. Assets cannot be sold, not shares or shares. The company therefore remains in place, but without having any significant assets. It`s becoming a shell.
Where management and interested parties, such as a secured creditor, have found that even after a restructuring, an “ongoing concern” may not be viable, a creditor or group of secured creditors can often encourage the management of the company to pursue this liquidation mechanism. Secured creditors can encourage such measures to avoid legal costs and the risks associated with locking and selling their assets. A specific risk that a secured creditor wishes to avoid is the preference or perception of preferences in the liquidation process (see fraudulent transfer). [Citation required] The board of directors of an insolvent company (a company whose debt exceeds the value of its assets) should be particularly careful to damage the value of the company and the interests of creditors.