Creditor [noun]

Definition of Creditor:

one who receives

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Lenders and creditors, if successful in court, can then garnish a person’s wages or seize their assets.

Consumers and creditors depend on our members’ services to help resolve disputes and unpaid debts and in order to help keep the credit system running smoothly.

If disaster strikes again, we’ll be putting our fate in the hands of our foreign creditors, headed by Japan and China.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy usually entails an appointed trustee selling off a debtor’s assets to pay that person’s creditors.

Given the strong level of support from our lenders and creditors, we expect to complete the process before the end of this year.

The administrative office of the courts has used the money to pay for projects such as flat-screen TVs for jurors, to send notices to bankruptcy creditors and to fund a study by Mississippi for its own court system.

Instead of working things out with their creditors, they mostly just fail.

It’s preparing for talks with its creditors to reduce its debt pile.

One of their biggest creditors was Singh’s Economy Trucking, which was owed nearly $863,000 at the end of 2017, according to business records.

Some weeks after, the creditor chanced to be in Boston, and in walking up Tremont street, encountered his enterprising friend.