Bankruptcy (including BAPCPA): 21st century debtor-creditor law
The authors apply their extensive experience teaching and administrating bankruptcy law in this casebook for students. They cover the basics of consumer and business bankruptcy law and give added treatment to the practical application and consequences of the law. The authors provide students with realistic problems and use the resources of The West Education Network (TWEN) to integrate the new bankruptcy law, set to take effect October 2005, for further online study. The TWEN site will provide new text and problems that incorporate the new bankruptcy law.
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Part IWhat You Need to Know and Think About
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