short-term creditors are usually most interested in assessing
BCE Inc. v. 1976 Debentureholders, 2008 SCC 69 (2008)
... [58-59]. In assessing a claim of oppression, a court ... of Canada's largest and most reputable financial ... equity firm, might be interested in a transaction involving BCE. ..., employees, suppliers, creditors, consumers, governments and the ...Usually this is harmless, since the ...
Toward the next renewal of the inflation-control agreement: questions facing the Bank of Canada.
... policy advice to interested parties on a non-exclusive ... of the crisis, but most central banks have revised ... of wealth from creditors and savers to debtors. Holders .... Fiscal policy is usually undertaken by elected officials ...Assessing the systemic importance of ...
Focus On Real Estate - November 2009
... under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (the CCAA). The ... arise in the course of most restructurings. The CCAA is ... to court and interested parties" (see paragraph 14, 2009 ..., such interests usually must be registered with the ... flexible criteria when assessing a development proposal. The City ...
Financing environmental change: a new role for Canadian environmental law.
... regulation in Canada, as in most other nations, hardly addresses ... regulations is usually insufficient to promote ... from the usual self-interested statements about protecting ... the claims of secured creditors such as bank lenders. In the ... to take more care in assessing the environmental risks ...
Appreciate the difference: the role of different domestic norms in law and development reform; lessons from China and Japan.
...The people who talk most about the political consequences ...Negotiation between interested parties is often employed to ... legal protection for creditors and shareholders falls into the ...FDI regulations are usually drafted in general language and .... In assessing the environment for foreign ...
Houle v. Canadian national bank,  3 S.C.R. 122 (1990)
... negotiations with an interested company to sell their shares in ... the only criterion for assessing whether such a right has been ... notion of abuse of rights, most particularly in the contractual ... possibility of other creditors taking recourses that could ..., the above facts are usually present. Generally speaking, ...