Creditors' rights in bankruptcy
This looseleaf volume discusses proceedings under the liquidation & rehabilitation chapters of the Bankruptcy Code from the point of view of the creditor. Proof & allowance of claims, voiding powers, stays of lien enforcement, rights of secured creditors at the time of plan confirmation, & other issues are covered.
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