The Most Important Questions a Surety Can Ask about Bankruptcy

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Deborah S. Griffin, Doreen Spadorcia
American Bar Association, 2003 - Bankruptcy - 81 pages
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Page 78 - ... means money or money's worth in goods, services, or new credit, or release by a transferee of property previously transferred to such transferee in a transaction that is neither void nor voidable by the debtor or the trustee under any applicable law, including proceeds of such property, but does not include an obligation substituted for an existing obligation...

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