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More generally, a person or body who gets or accepts money or goods.
 
More generally, a person or body who gets or accepts money or goods.
  

Latest revision as of 15:04, 30 March 2016

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A person appointed in the UK under the terms of a debenture or by the court to realise assets charged, and to apply the proceeds for the benefit of those entitled.

The receiver may also have power to manage the company.


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More generally, a person or body who gets or accepts money or goods.


See also