proceedings had exhausted all the laughter there was in it.
General terms cover an organized, latent knowledge which is the hidden capital without which we should be in a state of bankruptcy
, manipulating false money or paper of no value.
His name had been proclaimed as a defaulter on the Stock Exchange, and his bankruptcy
and commercial extermination had followed.
With no business capacity, old and opinionated, he was land poor, and it was an open question which would arrive first, his death or bankruptcy
His affairs had fallen into disorder, in the interval since I had borrowed of him; bankruptcy
stared him in the face; and a relative of his, a French lawyer, came to England to find me, and to insist upon the payment of my debt.
But as I am not aware that any worse consequence ensued, than a sudden looking-up of all the parasols and silk stockings in the market; and perhaps the bankruptcy
of some speculative New Englander who bought them all up at any price, in expectation of a demand that never came; I set no great store by the circumstance.
A rumour had now got into circulation, too, which diffused a greater dread all through London, even than these publicly announced intentions of the rioters, though all men knew that if they were successfully effected, there must ensue a national bankruptcy
and general ruin.
That might have cheered the lad and fed his hopes a little, if there had not come at the same time the much-dreaded blow of finding that his father must be a bankrupt, after all; at least, the creditors must be asked to take less than their due, which to Tom's untechnical mind was the same thing as bankruptcy
Its main focus is on personal bankruptcy
, but commercial bankruptcy
issues are also addressed.
Mesaba Airlines will ask a bankruptcy
judge on Monday to toss its labor contracts, according to the Associated Press.
At the time of its bankruptcy
, the airline was losing more than $7 million a day and faced nearly $1 billion in deferred debt obligations.
Section 541(c)(1) of the Bankruptcy
Code broadly provides a bankruptcy
estate includes "all legal or equitable interests of the debtor in property" as of the commencement of the bankruptcy
estate "except as provided in subsections (b) and (c)(2) of this section.
Frequently though, a bankrupt tenant, who was in possession of the property and possibly still operating a business, was able to get repeated extensions from the bankruptcy
court, often up to 18 months or longer.
Generally the public has the right to inspect documents filed with the bankruptcy
Most people file bankruptcy
to regain control of their finances.