- joint administration
the combining of two or more bankruptcy proceedings for administrative convenience. Frequently, the cases of affiliated entities are jointly administered. Joint administration does not necessarily result in substantive consolidation (Glossary of Common Bankruptcy Terms)A court-approved mechanism under which two or more cases can be administered together. (Assuming no conflicts of interest, these separate businesses or individuals can pool their resources, hire the same professionals, etc.) (BankruptcyAction.com)A mechanism, subject to court approval, under which two or more cases can be administered together (SA-Bankruptcy.com)
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