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The more detailed regulations relating to transformations of business corporations are contained in Act No.
125/2008 Coll., on Transformations of Business Companies and Cooperatives (hereinafter referred to only as the “Act on Transformation“).
Thus it represents an out-of-court settlement of the property relations of the dissolved business corporation.
In order to minimise the risks related to the dissolution of a company, and above all in order to ensure compliance with the legal conditions related to the protection of the company's creditors and the legal responsibility of the statutory body or shareholders of the company, it is advisable to delegate these matters to solicitors specialising in these matters.
This mainly occurs during voluntary liquidations of solvent corporations.
Net Liquidation Proceeds means, as to any Liquidated Contract, the proceeds realized on the sale or other disposition of the related Motorcycle, including proceeds realized on the repurchase of such Motorcycle by the originating dealer for breach of warranties, and the proceeds of any insurance relating to such Motorcycle, after payment of all reasonable expenses incurred thereby, together, in all instances, with the expected or actual proceeds of any recourse rights relating to such Contract as well as any post-disposition proceeds or other amounts in respect of a Liquidated Contract received by the Servicer.
When a company has more liabilities than assets, equity is negative and no liquidating distribution is made at all.
This is usually the case in bankruptcy liquidations.
Net Liquidation Proceeds means, for any Collection Period, the sum of all Liquidation Proceeds received during such Collection Period less all Liquidation Expenses incurred during such Collection Period.
Net Liquidation Proceeds means, with respect to a Charged-Off Contract, (i) proceeds from the disposition of the Financed Vehicle relating to such Charged-Off Contract, less reasonable Servicer out-of-pocket costs, including, repossession and resale expenses not already deducted from such proceeds, and any amounts required by law to be remitted to the related Contract Debtor, (ii) any Insurance Proceeds relating to such Charged-Off Contract or (iii) other monies received from the related Contract Debtor or otherwise.