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Black Letter Series: Bankruptcy

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2006
Author(s): Nickles, Epstein


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Product Description

The Black Letter Series law outlines always offer a comprehensive discussion of the subject matter area, and Black Letter Series: Bankruptcy highlights the important interpretations of cases and how they apply to factual situations. Few other law study aids help students better understand ever-changing interpretations of the law. 

This popular study guide presents an analysis of the debtor/creditor relationship before bankruptcy, state-created alternatives to bankruptcy, bankruptcy procedure, as well as the aspects of collecting and distributing property once the bankruptcy process has begun. This item allows you to discover how the debtor is protected once the matter is filed with the bankruptcy courts, and reveals alternatives to liquidation bankruptcy. A must-have for the student wishing to have a comprehensive and insightful analysis of bankruptcy.

Table of Contents includes:
Extra judicial colletion devices;
Judicial debt collection;
Fraudulent transfers;
Creditors with special rights;
Debtor's state law remedies and the Collective Creditor Act;
An overview of bankruptcy;
Commencement, conversion and dismissal of a bankruptcy case;
Stay of collection actions and act;
Property of the estate;
Avoidance of prebankruptcy transfers;
Postpetition transfers;
Effect of bankruptcy on secured claims;
Leases and executory contracts;
Discharge; Chapter 13 cases; Chapter 11 cases; and
Allocation of judicial power over bankruptcy matters.


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Format Paperback
Author Nickles, Epstein
ISBN 9780314065797
Edition 2nd ed., 2006
Publisher West