Pia Agreements

In addition, a debtor must not have emergency agreements, bankruptcy or 25% or more of his total debt in the last six months. Assistance in the implementation of technology transfer agreements, including patents/licences, research and development cooperation agreements (CRADAs) and cooperation with private parties After formal court approval and notification to ISI, debtors are required to make payments to PIP, which in turn distributes payments to creditors in accordance with the agreements. A PIA has a lifespan of six years. In the United Kingdom, there is a similar scheme in the name of the Individual Voluntary Agreement (IAA). Iva was imposed by the Insolvency Act 1986. [11] Identify and design opportunities to share and develop collaborative research institutes both outside the door, the history, experience and proven expertise of CTE as PIA encompassing a wide range of national and federal laboratories and research centers that provide many services, increasing the likelihood of enterprise success. Three examples of ETC`s Interpro Partnership Partnership (IPA) agreements are: US Navy – Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division A PIA is considered a failure if PIA creditors do not accept or if the debtor fails to meet its obligations and obligations. This can be avoided when a debtor can anticipate a potential problem that is keeping pace with payments, as his PIP may be able to arrange a variation with creditors to ensure that it is possible to find a way to continue with the IAP and prevent it from failing. [10] The type of debt that can be included in an AIP is divided into three types. Included, exclusive and excluded. [6] A court is authorized to issue the debtor a certificate of protection[8] which allows PIP to benefit from creditor protection for 70 days during which it can develop a pia proposal.

Currently, ETC has three Intermediate Partnership Agreements (PIAs) with the Combat Capabilities Development Command-Army Research Laboratory, the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordsal Technology Division and the Naval Air Warfare Center-Aircraft Division. We help them in the technology transfer effort by adopting DoD technologies and bringing them to the commercial market.