Our firm is curious about how can someone become a receiver in the state of California.
I don't claim to be an expert on receivership, but basically the receiver is appointed by the court to act on behalf of the court (and perhaps others) to handle something for the court while a civil action is pending. The receiver cannot be a party, attorney for a party, or related to any judge in the county. So the door seems rather wide open as to possible candidates. Typically the resumes are more robust about financial expertise, responsibility, seriousness, etc.
I am sure there are books written about and presentations given on the subject of acting as a receiver. There is also probably a professional association.
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