This treatise provides an overview of both state debtor/creditor law and federal bankruptcy law with expository text, examples and explanations. Written after the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, so new cases illustrate key points.
This nutshell begins when a debtor-creditor relationship breaks down and coverage begins with state and federal law other than the Bankruptcy Code. The second part of the book addresses federal bankruptcy law.
This is a basic student text covering the Bankruptcy code and related federal laws. Topics covered include creditor's collection rights, the automatic stay, executory contracts, discharge and liquidation under Chapter 7. Covers the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005.
This multi-volume treatise is organized in three parts. Part One is devoted to introductory and historical aspects of bankruptcy law and practice. Part Two analyzes particular sections of the Bankruptcy Code, largely organized by Bankruptcy Code section. Part Three discusses bankruptcy related subjects that may not correlate to a specific Bankruptcy Code section. Vols. 10 & 11 contain a comprehensive collection of bankruptcy pleading and practice forms. A complete legislative history of bankruptcy legislation is also included. Updated quarterly with revised chapters and cumulative supplements.
This multi-volume set is considered "a classic treatise on the law of bankruptcy which has been published continuously by the Matthew Bender Company since the passage of the Bankruptcy Act of 1898." Also included are commercial and consumer forms, a listing of State Exemptions, and Bankruptcy Rules. Updated monthly.
Updated online, practitioners will find this to be a comprehensive "how-to" treatise for all areas of bankruptcy practice, with complete coverage of the latest case law developments. More than 400 model bankruptcy forms are included.