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Bankruptcy Creditors' and Debtors' Rights

Substantive Non-Consolidation Opinion Letters

Considerations for Bankruptcy Counsel

Substantive non-consolidation opinion letters have long been a regular “check-the-box” item in large commercial real estate transactions. While substantive consolidation jurisprudence has not changed materially over the past decade, these opinion letters should not be treated lightly by borrowers or their counsel.

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Substantive non-consolidation opinion letters have long been a regular “check-the-box” item in large commercial real estate transactions. While substantive consolidation jurisprudence has not changed materially over the past decade, these opinion letters should not be treated lightly by borrowers or their counsel.

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