"insolvent" French translation
A debtor may make an application for liquidation proceedings when it is insolvent.
• The insolvency proceedings may be used to lend credibility to the insolvent entity.
Where the accused person is insolvent or indigent, the State shall provide counsel.
Provision of post-commencement finance by an insolvent group member
The same is often true of diyah where the perpetrator of the offence is insolvent.
If the CD was a business, it would have been declared insolvent long ago and shut down.
The Institute was regularly called upon to help seafarers who had been abandoned by their insolvent owners.
In 1986, Acomal Company became insolvent and was declared bankrupt by the Commercial Court of Gent, Belgium, on 14 June 1988.
See, e.g., CLOUT case No. 338 [Oberlandesgericht Hamm, Germany, 23 June 1998] (goods cannot be found at insolvent warehouse).
(b) Is an undischarged insolvent;
The system applicable under the B.I.A. assumes the existence of an insolvent or bankrupt debtor that is at least a legal entity with juridical personality.
The secretariat is requested to allocate a UN number for acetylene, solvent free.
Dissolved gas means a gas which is dissolved under pressure in a liquid phase solvent.
In the case of UN 1001, the solvent shall be compatible with the pressure receptacle.
In the case of UN 1001, the solvent shall be compatible with the pressure receptacles
In the case of UN 1001, the solvent shall be compatible with the pressure receptacles.
Only a maximum 15 to 20 per cent of the population may be considered as solvent.
(c) Application of the stay to a solvent corporate group member
Provision of post-commencement finance by a solvent group member
The debts are thus reduced and the debtor becomes solvent and can continue to trade.
Inclusion of a solvent group member in a reorganization plan
Synonyms (English) for "insolvent":
Synonyms (English) for "solvent":
Usage examples for "insolvent" in French
made with intent to defraud, if the debtor be insolvent at the time of making it.
which he renders or seeks to render himself insolvent, or by which, being insolvent, he
The intermediaries may become insolvent, act negligently or commit fraud.
Within a short time, large sections of the East German economy were insolvent.
In case of insolvent customers, Part XI of the B.I.A. would probably apply.
 An Act to Amend the Insolvent Act of 1875 and Amending Acts, S.C. 1881, c. 27.
The subsidiaries are often virtually insolvent and uninsured.
These decisions concern the imprisonment of insolvent debtors.
The viability of an emergency subregional fund to resuscitate insolvent banks needs to be explored.
A receiver of an insolvent company, CCM Inc., accepted an offer from R.A.D.
(a) Insolvent detainees unable to pay a fine imposed on them by a court;
Bankruptcy proceedings were originally designed to penalize insolvent debtors; the debtors' prison was a byword.
The Ordinance also contains provisions protecting the rights of employees of insolvent employers.
I am thinking of insolvent consumers or consumers with no bank accounts.
Creditors, collectively, hold the primary economic interest in an insolvent estate.
(d) Measures are being taken to streamline the restructuring and liquidation of insolvent and unprofitable enterprises.
- Initiating liquidation of insolvent banks in accordance with bankruptcy legislation.
However, could it not be considered that, by reason of the fact that he is insolvent, the debtor is de facto in default?
The consequences of failure to approve such a unified plan was liquidation of all insolvent members of the group covered by the plan.
One law, for example, provides that the consequence of failure to approve a plan is the liquidation of all insolvent group members.
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