Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act
Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act
= CCAA (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)
An Act under which proposals or arrangements or compromising of debt is structured. For a company to be eligible to file under the CCAA, it must have at least $5 million in debt. (Dictionary of Canadian Bankruptcy Terms)

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