Secured Creditors during bankruptcy proceedings


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Many jurisdictions recognise a distinction between secured and unsecured creditors during bankruptcy proceedings. A secured creditor is one that has a secured interest in some of the debtor’s property, meaning that if the debtor defaults on payments to the creditor, the creditor may possess or liquidate the secured property to satisfy the debt. Conversely, an unsecured creditor is one that does not have a secured interest in any of the debtor’s assets. In jurisdictions that recognise such a distinction, the secured creditors are often entitled to payment resulting from the sale of the secured property before unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. The most common example of a secured interest occurs when a lender finances a debtor’s purchase of a particular property (e.g., a home or vehicle) and, as part of the debt agreement, takes a collateral interest in the financed property.

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