| Commentary

169 Personal liability

| Commentary

169 Personal liability

A receiver is not personally liable if he continues an existing contract, but in practice receivers need to renegotiate many contracts either for commercial reasons or to negative the right to set off counterclaims against the company against the price payable to the receiver1. Receivers entering into contracts usually negative personal liability and the legislation confirms the validity of such a provision2.

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