Texas Court-Appointed Receiver
TEXAS COURT-APPOINTED RECEIVER SERVICES — STATEWIDE
STATE AND FEDERAL RECEIVERSHIP SERVICES
Maximizing Value For All Stakeholders
EDS Texas Court-Appointed Receivers are highly-trained—highly-skilled—highly-credentialed—highly-experienced distressed assets, turnaround management, valuation, and disposition experts with decades of proven experience and unimpeachable credibility who master the facts and are able to present clear, objective, and compelling findings to judges.
For over 40 years in hundreds of assignments across industries and asset classes throughout the country, EDS has skillfully and judiciously served as Court-Appointed Receiver and Keeper for creditors, attorneys, investors, and all stakeholders to preserve, protect, manage, operate, and otherwise handle the disposition of real and moveable, tangible and intangible, assets in commercial foreclosures, bankruptcies, and myriad other legal proceedings.
From National Priority List Superfund Sites—a decommissioned nuclear-powered aircraft carrier—to the pencils-on-the-desk—we handle it all, and we have successfully managed and generated Billions of Dollars for all stakeholders in the conversion of their distressed assets to cash.
A Texas Court-Appointed Receiver owes a fiduciary duty to the Court and all parties involved in the litigation to preserve, protect, manage, operate, and dispose of the business assets. The Receiver collects all receipts and pay all necessary bills associated with operating the business and provides monthly accounting’s to the court and all interested parties. The Court also allows the Receiver to make necessary improvements to the business/property as well as market it for sale.
Our award-winning receivership services have earned us the distinction of being the only Court-Appointed Receiver in the country that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) allows to conduct such services on active Superfund Sites.
We are pleased to serve as Keepers for the U.S. Marshals Service for federal court seizures of assets under admiralty jurisdiction.
TEXAS RECEIVERSHIP SERVICES – STATE and FEDERAL
CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE – TITLE 3. EXTRAORDINARY REMEDIES – CHAPTER 64. – RECEIVERSHIP SUBCHAPTER A. GENERAL PROVISIONS
CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE – TITLE 2. TRIAL, JUDGMENT, AND APPEAL – SUBTITLE C. JUDGMENTS – CHAPTER 31. JUDGMENTS – TURNOVER ORDERS
A Texas Court-Appointed Receiver is an independent third-party neutral fiduciary appointed by a court to take control of and manage a business or property that is involved in a legal dispute. The appointment of a Texas Court-Appointed Receiver is typically done to protect the assets of the business or property while the legal dispute is being resolved. The Receiver has the authority to operate and manage the business or property and can also take steps to protect and preserve the assets until the dispute is resolved.
The role of a Receiver can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case, but they are generally responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the business or property and ensuring that it is being run in a financially responsible manner. They may also be required to provide regular reports to the court on the condition of the business or property and any actions taken to protect and preserve the assets.
A Court-Appointed Receiver is different from a Court-Appointed Keeper as the Receiver is appointed to manage the property, assets, and financials of the company, but in the case of a Keeper, the primary focus is to keep the assets safe and preserve them.
The Receiver is a court-appointed agent that is responsible for acting on behalf of the court and managing the property, assets, and financials in a manner that is best for all parties involved until the final resolution of the legal dispute.
Our Texas Court-Appointed Receivers marshal onsite 24/7/365 to secure, preserve, protect, operate, maintain, and enhance the going-concern value of the businesses and business assets that might otherwise be lost during bankruptcies, foreclosures, restructuring, replevin, and other legal proceedings while actively pursuing permanent solutions.
We specialize in providing 24/7/365 onsite crisis-interim management teams to operate troubled accounts facing operational and financial difficulties. We are particularly skilled in providing transitional management in highly contentious special assets and special situations and in handling all efforts related to the wind-down and disposition of Environmentally-Sensitive and Impaired Real and Moveable Property (Superfund and Brownfields Sites), Hospitality, Gaming, Resorts, HOA-Golfing Communities, Shipyards/Admiralty/Maritime, Aviation (Fixed and Rotor), Automotive (Manufacturing and Retail), Heavy Industrial, Oil & Gas/Minerals, Commercial, and High-Value Residential Real Estate. No Court-Appointed Receiver assignment is too small or too large for us.
We are the measure by which all Texas Court-Appointed Receivers are judged.
The impact of complex and contentious litigation in many distressed situations can complicate, if not destroy, the stakeholders’ position if not handled properly. Non-current, non-performing, distressed, and troubled accounts present many pressing challenges. When problematic accounts facing operational or financial difficulties occur, our experienced—street-savvy—proficient crisis/interim/turnaround and workout management teams employ creative solutions that often immediately reverse and cure these situations.
EDS’s unsurpassed statewide capabilities, decades of state and federal Court-Appointed Receiver experience, and unimpeachable credibility afford it an unparalleled opportunity to serve as trusted Texas Court-Appointed Receiver/Keeper/Trustee/Custodian/Special Master/Liquidator.
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