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Company's restructuring leads to restaurant closing

Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection provides businesses with an opportunity to stop, restructure and repair problems that are threatening the company's financial health. It can mean the difference between saving the company and having to shutter the doors.

What is a deed in lieu of foreclosure and what are its benefits?

Residents of southeastern Tennessee who face financial difficulty are worried about losing their homes. In some cases, unfortunately, the loss in a foreclosure proceeding is inevitable. If a lender completes a foreclosure proceeding and takes possession, the borrower's credit rating will be severely damaged. And, if the property does not provide enough cash to pay the balance on the loan, the borrower may be hit with a deficiency judgment. That is a court finding that the borrower owes whatever amount is required to pay the loan in full. If foreclosure appears to be inevitable, a borrower may consider a deed in lieu of foreclosure.

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