Interim Receiver

Interim Receiver

When a company’s assets and / or a creditor’s security may be at risk, MNP can be appointed by the Court as Interim Receiver. The duties and powers of the Interim Receiver are set out in the Court Order that authorizes its appointment. Those duties and powers may include taking possession of assets and exercising control on them, as well as the company’s operations, as the Court considers reasonable.

For more information contact an MNP office near you or meet with an MNP team member to see if our interim receiver services are right for you.​


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