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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Tabb's Law of Bankruptcy 3rd ed (Hornbook Series)

ISBN13: 9781628106756
Published: December 2013
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
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This comprehensive text provides an exhaustive analysis and discussion of every aspect of United States bankruptcy law, including:-

  • an overview of bankruptcy;
  • invoking bankruptcy relief (with a very detailed explanation of the means test);
  • the automatic stay;
  • jurisdiction and procedure (including an extensive discussion of Stern v. Marshall);
  • property of the estate;
  • trustee's avoiding powers;
  • payment of claims;
  • executory contracts and unexpired leases;
  • exemptions (with comprehensive analysis of Schwab v. Reilly);
  • discharge;
  • reorganization under Chapter 11 (including in-depth discussions of the General Motors and Chrysler cases, as well as RadLAX); ;debt adjustments under Chapter 13 (including the Lanning and Ransom cases); and debt adjustments under Chapter 12.
The 2005 BAPCPA amendments and the extensive case law thereunder are explained and critiqued.