The new Bankruptcy Code: the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, enacted April 20, 2005
American Bar Association, Section of Business Law, 2005 - Law - 426 pages
This publication contains the full text of the new Bankruptcy Code effective April 2005 including comparisons to the current Code; a checklist of key changes and effective dates so practitioners can quickly know important information.
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