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For real estate lenders, one of the holy grails is the loan structure that renders borrowers bankruptcy proof. However, as recent cases have shown, there is no such thing as bankruptcy proof, particularly for entities owning and operating commercial real estate. Take, for instance, General Growth Properties’ bankruptcy case. The retail company’s property-owning subsidiaries filed for Chapter 11 despite bankruptcy remote structures and successfully defended the filings from legal challenge.

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