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‘Reasonably Equivalent Value’ Analysis Meets FMV Standard, Court Says

On remand, Bankruptcy Court determines sale of plaintiff’s subsidiaries to defendants yielded “reasonably equivalent value” when viewed from objective creditor’s perspective, under FMV standard and without considering debtor’s subjective needs or beliefs.

In re Mercury Companies, Inc. (II)

On remand, Bankruptcy Court determines sale of plaintiff’s subsidiaries to defendants yielded “reasonably equivalent value” when viewed from objective creditor’s perspective, under FMV standard and without considering debtor’s subjective needs or beliefs.

‘Reasonably Equivalent Value’ Analysis Is Not a Dollars-and-Cents Issue

For reasonably equivalent value determination, Bankruptcy Court finds contract price and values from experts’ discounted cash flow analyses are too limiting and applies totality of circumstances test, concluding stock transfer is not avoidable.

In re Mercury Companies, Inc. (I)

For reasonably equivalent value determination, Bankruptcy Court finds contract price and values from experts’ discounted cash flow analyses are too limiting and applies totality of circumstances test, concluding stock transfer is not avoidable.

Court adopts valuation of more experienced appraiser

One issue in this marital dissolution case was the value of wife’s title insurance company.

Hiatt v. Tremper-Hiatt

Use of lower multiplier in valuing defendant's title insurance company upheld (business largely dependent on professional rapport with clients (intangible asset ...

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