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official receiver

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Loans
official receiverofˌficial reˈceiver noun [countable] British English  BFLsomeone whose job is to take care of the financial affairs of a company or a person that is bankrupt
Examples from the Corpus
official receiverAnd the official receiver has warned that more job losses could follow if threatened strikes at other plants go ahead.A creditor may appoint the official receiver to be his general or special proxy.The official receiver has been called in to work out how much the firm, which folded last year, owed.The official receiver was duly ordered to exploit the film.
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