Enforceability of loan documents executed by a dissolved corporation
Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy
, January 1999
While certainly many, if not all, lenders have set procedures to follow when lending money to a corporation which includes obtaining a Certificate of Good Standing, what happens if the procedure is not followed and a loan is given to a dissolved corporation?
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