Generally, a receiver is appointed by a judge to collect and appropriately distribute a person’s assets in accordance with a judicial judgment. If a receiver has been appointed for your debtor then it is the receiver who is responsible for making payments to you if those payments were included in the judicial judgment. Receivership is often a step taken by a business prior to filing for bankruptcy.
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