Receiver not bound by arbitration agreement entered into before company insolvency: Ontario court

Requiring receiver to commence arbitration proceedings 'unfair' to creditors

Receiver not bound by arbitration agreement entered into before company insolvency: Ontario court

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled that a court-appointed receiver is not bound to adhere to an existing arbitration agreement entered into by a company before insolvency proceedings began.

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