bankruptcy


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the condition of being financially insolvent

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a state of complete lack of some abstract property

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inability to discharge all your debts as they come due

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a legal process intended to insure equality among the creditors of a corporation declared to be insolvent

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The website also offers accessible explanations of the Title 11 or the Bankruptcy Code, a resource previously limited to bankruptcy attorneys.
Northwest Airlines asked the US Bankruptcy Court for an extension of its period to exclusively file its reorganization plan to Jan.
403(b) should be excluded from a bankruptcy estate by Section 541(c)(2).
BAPCPA took a fair amount of discretion out of the bankruptcy court system in this regard.
Bankruptcy fliers must now surrender tax returns, earning projections, and full acknowledgement of assets within both retirement and educational accounts.
CPAs CAN HELP CLIENTS COPE with bankruptcy in a number of ways.
Further, tax return information now can have a greater impact on future payments that are required by a debtor who files for bankruptcy protection, as it will be used to evaluate future income and expenses.
Illinois has the fifth-highest estimated number of such cases in the nation, with 40,168 medical-related cases out of 79,777 bankruptcy filings in 2004.
An asbestos bankruptcy typically spawns a feeding frenzy of new claims because of the collision of two laws, Section 524(g) of the Bankruptcy Code and the law of unintended consequences, often felt acutely by insurers.
America could use a competent history of bankruptcy law right now because the excesses of the past two decades are about to bring us a new round of debtors seeking refuge from their creditors, some desperate and some manipulative.
Canada's present Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) came into effect on July 1, 1950, with amendments in 1992 and 1997.
Surveys throughout the late 1990s reported that as many as 10 percent of all nursing homes nationwide were in bankruptcy proceedings.
Bankruptcy filings by Los Angeles-area residents hoping to eliminate their mounting debts and start over again have soared in recent months, as much due to the prospect of tougher laws as the weak economy.