New Commercial Receivership Act Offers Clarity That May Lead to More Diversity

Real Estate   |   Banking, Commercial, and Consumer Finance   |   Litigation and Trials   |   August 26, 2020
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Carlton Fields commercial litigators Naomi M. Berry and Yolanda P. Strader authored an article in the Daily Business Review about Florida’s Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act (UCRERA), which went into effect on July 1, 2020. The law sets a clear standard for the appointment of a receiver, which may help increase the number of women and minority receivers in Florida, according to Berry and Strader’s article.

READ: Daily Business Review, “New Commercial Receivership Act Offers Clarity That May Lead to More Diversity” (subscription only)

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