Payment to Critical Vendors Within 90 Days of Chapter 11 Filing Not a Preferential Transfer According to Latest ABI Poll
PAYMENT TO CRITICAL VENDORS WITHIN 90 DAYS OF CHAPTER 11 FILING NOT A PREFERENTIAL TRANSFER, ACCORDING TO LATEST ABI POLL
March 20, 2007,
Thirty-three percent of respondents disagreed, finding that a creditor who qualifies as a critical vendor and gets paid within 90 days of a debtor’s chapter 11 filing is subject to having its payment considered a preferential transfer. Twenty-six percent of respondents “strongly disagreed” and 7 percent “disagreed somewhat” that a creditor who qualifies as a critical vendor and gets paid within 90 days of a debtor’s chapter 11 filing is not subject to having the payment considered a preferential transfer. Seven percent did not know or had no opinion.
ABI members and the public were welcome to submit their response to the statement: “A creditor who qualifies as a critical vendor and gets paid within 90 days of a debtor’s chapter 11 filing is subject to having its payment avoided as a preferential transfer.” The ABI Quick Poll was open for voting from March 9-15.
ABI’s weekly Quick Poll is posted on ABI’s home page, www.abiworld.org. ABI members and the public are invited to respond to a question on a timely bankruptcy or insolvency issue. Visit http://www.abiworld.net/quickpoll/ to access the results of previous ABI Quick Polls.
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