The Elements of Bankruptcy
A Road Map to Bankruptcy Law; Individual Debtor and the Fresh Start; Corporate Reorganizations and the Absolute Priority Rule; Claims, Property of the Estate, and the "Strong-Arm" Powers; Executory Contracts; Fraudulent Conveyances, Equitable Subordination, and Substantive Consolidation; Preferences; Automatic Stay; Debtor in Possession; Forming the Plan of Reorganization.
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A Road Map to Bankruptcy Law
The Individual Debtor and the Fresh Start
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