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- Effective Seller Remedies When Confronting a Financially Distressed Buyer Prior to Bankruptcy. Nathan, Bruce // Business Credit;Feb2009, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p30
The article focuses on strategies and options for trade creditors when confronting a financially distressed company that is on the verge of filing a bankruptcy in the U.S. It cited on the Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, which contains two remedies, in addition to reclamation, that a...
- Do Fully Funded Section 503(b)(9) Priority Claims Count as Additional New Value to Reduce Preference Liability? A Contrary View! Nathan, Bruce // Business Credit;Ju/Aug2010, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p16
The article explores the implication of a fully funded Section 503(b)(9) priority claim to debtors and creditors in the U.S. It indicates that Section 503(b)(9) priority claims can add new value and can reduce preference liability. It also discusses the elements of a preference claim based on...
- Form 23, Debtor's Certification of Completion of Postpetition Instructional Course Concerning Personal Financial Management. // New Bankruptcy (9781413310252);May2009, p366
A debtor's certification of completion of postpetition instructional course concerning personal financial management by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the northern district of California is presented. Every individual debtor in a chapter 7, chapter 11 or chapter 13 bankruptcy case must file this...
- Scottish Debt Collection in Don Valley. // Credit Management;Jul2002, p41
Reports the debt collection in Don Valley, Scotland. Presentations on debt recovery litigation and commercial insolvency; Importance of understanding the distinctions in the legal process; Implications of arrestment procedures.
- Return to debtor. Mapother, Bill // Credit Union Magazine;Feb2000, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p94
Discusses how a debtor can file bankruptcy and recover a repossessed vehicle. Instances wherein courts require return of the vehicle; When the demand for return must occur.
- DEBT AFTER DISCHARGE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF REAFFIRMATION. Culhane, Marianne B.; White, Michaela M. // American Bankruptcy Law Journal;Fall99, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p709
Develops a two part research plan to learn how frequently Consumer Chapter 7 debtors reaffirm, which debts they reaffirm, how much they agree to pay, and whether they can afford it. Summary of the findings on reaffirmation studies; Recap of the recent history of reaffirmation and ride-through;...
- Reclamation Claims: The Bankruptcy Time Periods for Reclamation Demands Take Precedence Over Longer State Law Period. Nathan, Bruce // Business Credit;Oct2001, Vol. 103 Issue 9, p32
Focuses on the rights granted by the state law on trade creditors to reclaim goods from buyers in the United States. Conditions of reclamation; Time period of a reclamation demand; Extension of time periods in buyer bankruptcy case.
- When Your Bankrupt Customer Fails to Cooperate: Debtor Prison Returns? Blakeley, Scott // Business Credit;Oct2001, Vol. 103 Issue 9, p56
Presents tips for creditors in dealing with bankrupt debtors in the United States. Discussion on the bust-out scheme; Considerations on the acquisition of assets from bankrupt costumers; Importance of providing accurate schedules of assets and liabilities.
- The Top 10 Things You Should Immediately Do if Your Client Is a Creditor in a Bankruptcy Case. Avery, Wesley H. // Business Credit;Feb2003, Vol. 105 Issue 2, p24
Presents ways in determining creditor in a bankruptcy case in the U.S. Creation of operating report mailing list by the Office of the Trustee; Derivation of insolvency law by bankruptcy practitioner; Promulgation of Local Bankruptcy Rules by Federal District Court.