Congress considers bankruptcy reform

July 1977
American Bar Association Journal;Jul77, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p913
Academic Journal
Focuses on H.R. 7330, a bill designed to restructure U.S. bankruptcy courts and modernize bankruptcy law. Creation of a system of bankruptcy courts on a constitutional par with district courts; Additional judicial functions of bankruptcy judges who support the bill.


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