liquidator : Definition, Usages, News and More

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li kwi day ter

  • n  a criminal who commits homicide (who performs the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being)
  • n  (law) a person (usually appointed by a court of law) who liquidates assets or preserves them for the benefit of affected parties

  • Bank liquidators, acting on behalf of the moribund Bank of Credit Commerce International, marched into a crowded Manhattan courtroom last Friday and settled, in one unexpected .
  • Part outlet store and part liquidators auction, the best feature of the auction half is that it never refers to people who purchase products as "buyers" but rather as .
  • Last week the bogus liquidators were hotter than they wanted to be.
News & Articles


  • Hubert Ingraham in Jamaica Gleaner
    I cannot see why assets of Modena, said to be worth $500,000, should be appropriated in paying Mr Byrnes for his 'services' when Mr Hall, as administrator and liquidator, and the other creditors of Modena must be content with satisfying their... George Palmer Sydney Morning Herald Jul 7, 2010 58613 78138 liquidator I told President Jagdeo that he would have to make available to me all information that they had to substantiate their claim, and that would have been delivered by my office to the Registrar of Insurance and the Liquidator," Ingraham told...
  • Charles Sturt in
    Part of the deal was for the dollar value of the settlements would remain confidential,Sturt says. "Nevertheless it is safe to say that millions of dollars were received by the liquidator."

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