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Understanding Bankruptcy in the US

A Handbook of Law and Practice



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Understanding Bankruptcy in the US by Robert D. Albergotti
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Focusing primarily on those issues which most frequently face creditors who become involved in US bankruptcy proceedings, this introduction provides non-US practitioners with an overview of the US bankruptcy law and summarizes the key substantive provisions of the US bankruptcy code. Beginning with a brief historical note and discussion of critical changes in the structure of bankcruptcy courts and bankruptcy jurisdiction in the 1980s, this book touches on all aspects of US bankruptcy law and emphasizes the most common problems: the property of the estate; the automatic stay; avoiding powers; and the process of business reorganization.
Release date NZ
August 20th, 1992
Preface by John Norton
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Blackwell Publishers
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