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Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice, 3d

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2008-2021
ISBN: 9781731972743
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice, 3d


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Representing the work of scores of bankruptcy judges and practitioners, Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice offers step-by-step guidance for the entire bankruptcy process for Chapter 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15 matters, as well as 500-plus practice forms. This comprehensive 13-volume treatise covers:

  • Litigation aspects of bankruptcy
  • Tax considerations
  • Liquidation and reorganization procedures for special entities
  • The interrelation of bankruptcy with related laws, such as environmental, intellectual property, ERISA, and others
  • Court organization and powers
  • Administration and administrative powers
  • Claims and distributions to creditors
  • Debtors' duties and benefits
  • Stockbroker liquidations
  • Debtor-in-possession
The set also includes:
  • Two binders containing the Bankruptcy Code, related statutes, Bankruptcy Rules, FRCP, Rules of Evidence, and all official forms
  • The two-pamphlet Norton Code and Rules set, for desktop reference to the same information as the binders
  • Practice materials relocated to appendixes at the back of their related chapter, rather than placed in separate volumes
  • Flowcharts depicting typical procedural steps under each chapter of the Bankruptcy Code
  • Official bankruptcy forms prescribed by the Judicial Conference of the United States
  • Director's procedural forms with guidance on when and how to use the forms most effectively