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In a world where insolvency is increasingly commonplace, is it possible for a company to contract so as to place assets out of the reach of its liquidator? Many contracts provide for their termination and the recovery of property when a counterparty is in financial difficulties. When are such contractual arrangements permitted and when are they not? How does this affect real estate, trust, securitisation and intellectual property transactions?

 

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