Barnett & Rubin’s Receivership practice spans hundreds of cases as counsel for court-appointed receivers. This work necessarily is founded upon our comprehensive Real Estate Transaction and Litigation practices. It is also acutely focused on the receivership niche including strict compliance with fiduciary duties, the judicial appointment order, and applicable code sections. A receiver may require counseling as landlord, tenant, property manager, owner, or borrower depending upon the case at hand. Our attorneys’ expertise spans over 25 years involving a vast array of real estate issues and matters. We are thus keenly poised to act as counsel to the receiver: we know what it takes to work with both sides in a receivership estate setting.
- Receivership litigation and judicial appointment
- Bond issues
- Estate management, disclosure, and accounting issues
- Approval of Interim and Final Accounts
- Disbursal of funds and closure of estate