Section 510(a) of the
Bankruptcy Code upholds subordination agreements entered into between lenders
prior to bankruptcy but does not operate as a complete bar to lender disputes.
Ambiguity in intercreditor agreements may pose potential problems concerning
waiver of rights to object during bankruptcy. How courts have considered
intercreditor agreements in recent disputes among creditors in bankruptcy is
examined by Professor Jennifer Martin.
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