Bankruptcy is a ubiquitous term in the commercial real estate business lexicon. However, relatively few professionals have a fundamental understanding of this somewhat arcane part of the business world and the rights and risks conferred when a bankruptcy petition is filed. This new ULI webinar will provide an informative primer on the different types of bankruptcy cases (Chapter 7, 9, 11, 12, 13) that can be filed, and the implications they can hold for various stakeholders. The program will address the rights, risks, and remedies that exist from the perspective of lenders, owners, tenants, vendors, and borrowers. Delivered by a non-attorney, this program will explain the basic processes and procedures associated with a commercial real estate bankruptcy in a clear and succinct manner. This informative program will help you prepare for what is often an unexpected and perplexing business event.
Overview of the bankruptcy process
Risk quantification for stakeholders (landlords, lenders,
Timelines – the order of events
Types and priority of claims
Business operations during the bankruptcy process
Reorganization and liquidation plans
Plan confirmation standards
Single Asset Real Estate (SARE) cases
1111b elections and their implications for creditors
Examples and outcomes
November 17, 2014 1:30 PM Eastern
You must be logged in to access ULI Subscriptions.
To continue, you need to log in to Peach New Media. If you have any questions about your account please contact us at 1-866-702-3278.
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive.
You can delete or block cookies within your browser settings.
Should you opt to do this, some parts of our site may not work.
For more information, including instructions on how to remove the cookies that have been placed,