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The Law Of Bankruptcy

Author: Charles Jordan Tabb
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ISBN: 9780314290175
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This comprehensive text provides an exhaustive analysis and discussion of every aspect of bankruptcy law, including an overview of bankruptcy; invoking bankruptcy relief (with a very detailed explanation of the means test); the automatic stay; jurisdiction and procedure (including an extensive discussion of Stern v. Marshall); property of the estate; trustee's avoiding powers; payment of claims; executory contracts and unexpired leases; exemptions (with comprehensive analysis of Schwab v. Reilly); discharge; reorganization under Chapter 11 (including in-depth discussions of the General Motors and Chrysler cases, as well as RadLAX); debt adjustments under Chapter 13 (including the Lanning and Ransom cases); and debt adjustments under Chapter 12. The 2005 BAPCPA amendments and the extensive case law thereunder are explained and critiqued.

Bankruptcy Insolvency And The Law

Author: David Marsh
Publisher: Straightforward co Ltd
ISBN: 9781847160935
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In the last few years, the whole process of bankruptcy has moved from the original position where a person was bankrupt for a number of years to one year, following changes in the law. This clear and concise guide to the law of bankruptcy and personal insolvency provides clear answers to complex questions. It also contains all the necessary forms required when dealing with probate.

A Treatise On The Law Of Bankruptcy And Insolvency

Author: Francis Hilliard
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584773499
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Hilliard, Francis. A Treatise on the Law of Bankruptcy and Insolvency. Second Edition, Embracing the Bankrupt Act of 1867. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1867. xxxvi, 512 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002042755. ISBN 1-58477-349-9. Cloth. $95. * Reprint of second edition, embracing the Bankruptcy Act of 1867, which was enacted as part of Congress' Reconstruction program initiated after the Civil War. A thorough guide to the principles of mid-nineteenth century Anglo-American bankruptcy law based on a study of American and English cases. Topics include the nature of bankruptcy, petitioning creditors, proof of claims, discharge of debts and the jurisdiction of bankruptcy courts. The appendix includes the texts of U.S. bankruptcy laws and acts passed between 1800 and 1867 and the 1858 Massachusetts Insolvent Law.

A Treatise On The Law And Practice Of Bankruptcy

Author: Henry Campbell Black
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584776064
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Reprint of the third edition. More convenient than the extensive contemporary works of Collier or Remington, Black's handy treatise, which uses the format of a West Hornbook, offers a summary of the law as it stood in the early 1920s. Though its size led some to suspect it was superficial, it was generally well-received and did much to popularize the field. As one reviewer wrote, "[i]t is to be hoped [this book] marks the beginning of a new period in bankruptcy law that will witness its welcoming into the repertoire of the lawyer as one of the regular devices for regulating business relations.": Nathan Isaacs, University of Pennsylvania Law Review 73 (1924-1925) 120.

Debt S Dominion

Author: David A. Skeel
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691116372
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Bankruptcy in America, in contrast to most other countries, signifies a chance for debtors to stop and recover. This text probes the political dynamics behind this system and provides an account of the journey American bankruptcy law has taken from its beginnings in 1800 to the present day.