Sum & substance CD series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Introduction Overview of law school course in bankruptcy Overview of bankruptcy Sources People How a case is commenced Voluntary Involuntary Which debtors can commence a case Limits on 13 Limits on 7 Discharge as basic bankruptcy concept What discharge is not Who gets a discharge What debts are affected by discharge Property of the estate as basic bankruptcy concept Claims as basic bankruptcy concept Why claim is an important concept What is a claim What is the claim allowance process Secured claims and priority claims Amount Why is "secured claim" important topic What are priority claims Automatic stay When, section 362(a) What Duration Relief Adequate protection of an interest in property What is adequately protected? How can a debtor provide adequate protection? Avoidance actions Transfer Example Bases for avoiding Preferences Policy Elements of 547(b) Exceptions, section 547(c) Fradaulent transactions Unexpired leases and executory contracts Statutory options Who decides Time limits on making the decision What happens during gap period Requirements for assumption Requirements for assignment Leases and contracts that cannot be assigned Leases and contracts that cannot be assumed Landlords as debtors Intellectual property licenses with debtor as licensor If the debtor is in Chapter 7 Dismissal because of "means test" Exempt property Discharge Treatment of secured claims If the debtor is in Chapter 13 Eligibility Chapter 13 plans Primary residence If the debtor is in Chapter 11 From petition to plan 363(b) sale as an alternative to plan Plan issues Jurisdiction Final Thoughts.
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