Article 2. Definitions

For the purposes of this law —

(a) "foreign proceeding" means a collective judicial or administrative proceeding in a foreign State, including an interim proceeding, pursuant to a law relating to insolvency in which proceeding the assets and affairs of the debtor are subject to control or supervision by a foreign court, for the purpose of reorganisation or liquidation;
(b) "foreign main proceeding" means a foreign proceeding taking place in the State where the debtor has the centre of its main interests;
(c) "foreign non-main proceeding" means a foreign proceeding, other than a foreign main proceeding, taking place in a State where the debtor has an establishment within the meaning of sub-paragraph (f) of this article;
(d) "foreign representative" means a person or body, including one appointed on an interim basis, authorised in a foreign proceeding to administer the reorganisation or the liquidation of the debtor's assets or affairs or to act as a representative of the foreign proceeding;
(e) "foreign court" means a judicial or other authority competent to control or supervise a foreign proceeding;
(f) "establishment" means any place of operations where the debtor carries out a non-transitory economic activity with human means and goods or services; and
(g) "Abu Dhabi Global Market Insolvency Officeholder" means a liquidator or provisional liquidator within the meaning of these Regulations.