It's a good time to be a creditor

July 2005
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Reports on the changes made to the bankruptcy law in the U.S. which will be implemented in October 2005. Expansion of the period to make a reclamation demand; Entitlement to an administrative claim when a shipment of goods was made several days before a customer files for bankruptcy; Reinforcement of section 547 to limit reference claims.


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