A Practical Guide to Bankruptcy

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Little, Brown, 1990 - Law - 409 pages
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Contents

A Short History of Bankruptcy
1
Introduction to the Bankruptcy Code
11
Alternatives to Bankruptcy Under State Law
19
Filing a Petition
29
Chapter 1General Provisions
45
Useful Definitions Section ioi
59
Useful Definitions Section 101
69
Conversion and Dismissal
83
Chapter 13 Reorganization Proceedings
257
Introduction and Administration
275
Elements of a Plan
289
Plan Confirmation
303
Chapter 12 Reorganization Proceedings
321
Introduction to Courts and Jurisdiction
329
Statements and Schedules Tutorial
337
Researching Bankruptcy Issues
359

Exemptions
89
Trustees Examiners and Creditors Committees
103
Preparing a Proceeding for a Trustee
115
The Automatic Stay11 U S C 362
123
Objections to Discharge and Dischargeability of Debts
141
Property of the Estate and Turnover Complaints
155
Avoiding Powers Introduction
163
Avoidable Preferences 11 U S C 547
169
Fraudulent Transfers Postpetition Transactions Liability of Transferees Setoffs
183
Use Sale or Lease of Property
193
Executory Contracts and Leases
205
Miscellaneous Provisions Regarding Property of the Estate
217
Claims
227
Administration
249
A Note on the Appendices
363
Notice of Intent
365
Relief from Stay Motions
369
Sales Procedures
373
Abandonment
377
Glossary
381
Table of Cases
393
Table of Statutes
395
vii
397
Table of Bankruptcy Rules of Procedure
399
Table of Secondary Authorities
401
Index
403
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About the author (1990)

David Buchbinder is a senior lecturer in the School of Communication and Cultural Studies at Curtin University of Technology. Gender theory, contemporary literary theory, and the history of ideas are among his research interests.

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