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- n. a legal process a company gets protection from the Court, in order to survive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office or rank of an examiner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office of examiner: as, the chief examinership of the civil-service commission.
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Last year, nearly two dozen people lost their € 20,000 deposit after Laragan Developments — the property firm behind Carrickmines Green — went into examinership.
Flower, then Curator of the Royal College of Surgeons 'Museum, refers to this trip and to his appointment to the examinership in physiology at the College of Surgeons, for which he had applied in May and which he held until 1870.
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Fastnet Line, which is owned by the West Cork Tourism Cooperative Society, is currently in examinership in the Irish Republic - a legal status which provides protection for a maximum for 100 days against any creditors seeking to wind-up a business as they seek to restructure.
Anglo has indicated it does not intend to support Black Shore's petition to be placed in examinership, according to the Irish Times.
O'Briens Sandwich Bars, Budget Travel, EP Mooney, Sasha, Chartbusters and others have all gone through some form of liquidation, receivership or examinership.
Linen Supply of Ireland says 350 jobs have been saved at the company after a High Court decision cleared the way for it to emerge from examinership on March 3.
Under examinership, two of LSI's Dublin plants closed with the loss of 200 jobs while a plant in Rahoon in Galway was also shut.
One of the State's largest print companies goes into examinership apparently because State bodies are awarding contracts to foreign firms.
Afterwards, Mr Sweeney welcomed the decision and said he was confident that they would exit the examinership process as quickly as possible to secure the long term future of the businesses.