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Bankruptcy, National ed. (The Rutter Group Practice Guide)

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Brand: The Rutter Group
Copyright: 2008-2021
ISBN: 9781731978349
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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Bankruptcy, National Edition provides expert, step-by-step guidance for each major chapter in the Bankruptcy Code as amended by the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act. Authored by judges and practitioners who are experts in the field, this four-volume, comprehensive practice guide includes authoritative insights, strategies, and time-saving tips with citations to and explanations of key cases, statutes, rules, and policies.

It provides forms and unique practice pointers, illustrations based on actual cases, and updated information for effective representation of debtors and creditors in bankruptcy court.

Topics include:

  • Governing law, jurisdiction, and venue
  • Representing debtors and creditors
  • Employment and compensation of professionals
  • Commencing bankruptcy proceedings
  • Case conversion and dismissal
  • Bankruptcy estate
  • Exemptions
  • Scope of automatic stay
  • Relief from automatic stay
  • United States trustee
  • Chapters 7, 11, 12, 13, and 15 cases
  • Use, sale, and lease of estate property
  • Enforcement of claims and interests
  • Avoidance actions
  • Discharge and nondischargeability
  • Closing and reopening bankruptcy cases
  • Bankruptcy appeals
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