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As defined by the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, race discrimination is any distinction, exclusion, restriction, or preference based on an individualís race, color, descent, or national and ethnic origin.
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For a creditor, filing a Proof of Claim in a bankruptcy proceeding is crucial if the creditor desires to be paid. The procedure for filing a proof of claim depends on the chapter of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code (the "Code") under which the bankruptcy case is filed.
When a business entity faces the need to liquidate its assets and go out of business, an assignment for the benefit of creditors (hereinafter referred to as an "assignment") can be used to accomplish that task.
On April 20, President Bush signed what has been termed the biggest rewrite of U.S. bankruptcy law in a quarter century.
In October 2001, the United States Trustee Program created and launched its National Civil Enforcement Initiative ("CEI").
Opening a Closed Chapter 7 Case to Avoid a Judicial Lien under 11 USC 522(f)(1) and 11 USC 522(f)(2)
If you regularly file bankruptcy cases, or represent clients in real estate closings or refinances, chances are you have been confronted with a judicial lien on your clientís real estate either pre-discharge or that still remains after the discharge has been granted.
The interplay of divorce law and bankruptcy law has given rise to lots of litigation in the past and will continue to do so in the future.
There are three ways to buy assets from a Chapter 11 estate.
Several unexpected yet major changes have been brought about by the Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 ("BACPA").