Creditors' Rights, Debtors' Protection, and Bankruptcy
This problem-oriented casebook primarily has a statutory emphasis. Students are challenged to read & interpret the cases in conjunction with the statutes, thereby allowing them to understand & appreciate trends in the law. The first half of the book is devoted to non-bankruptcy remedies & the relationship between debtors & creditors. Bankruptcy materials are presented in the second half. Teacher's Manual available.
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