the Faith Shares Baptist Values Fund (FZB), the Faith Shares Catholic Values Fund (FCV), the Faith Shares Lutheran Values Fund (FKL) and the Faith Shares Methodist Values Fund (FMV) (each a "Liquidating Fund," and, collectively, the "Liquidating Funds").
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When debts start to outweigh assets or become more than a business or individual can afford to repay, it may be necessary to liquidate assets in order to remain financially stable.
Liquidation of assets refers to selling off property in order to raise cash.
In most cases the cash is intended for paying creditors.
Both businesses and private individuals can liquidate their assets, which may include real estate, automobiles, equipment, raw materials and investments.
You can hold a garage sale with a few friends or family or take out an ad in local paper for larger items.
Assets include large items such as a house, car or recreational vehicle, but also can include things like: jewelry, antiques, collectibles, stocks, bonds, or a 401K.
Also don’t rule out clothes, baby items, CD’s, video games and small electronics.
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S.), annihilate, exterminate, bump off (slang), rub out (U. slang)Suffice it to observe, that it was a masterpiece of eloquence; and that those passages in which he more particularly traced his own successful career to its source, and warned the younger portion of his auditory from the shoals of ever incurring pecuniary liabilities which they were unable to Grounds for liquidation of a legal person may only be the following: 1) resolution by members of a legal person to terminate the activities of a legal person has been passed; 2) the court or the creditor's meeting has passed a decision to a legal person; 4) the term of the legal person has expired; 5) the number of members of a legal person has decreased more than the permitted minimum prescribed by law, where a member of a legal person fails to pass a decision within six months following the decrease to reorganise or restructure a legal person; 6) incorporation of a legal person has been declared invalid subject to the provisions of Article 2.