Bankruptcy Code

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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
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Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
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Bankruptcy Information

Bankruptcy Code

U.S. bankruptcy laws are stated in U.S. Code Title 11 also referred to as the Bankruptcy Code. The code consists of several chapters outlining different bankruptcy categories and procedures. Based on the debtor’s circumstances, the financially distressed debtor can file for bankruptcy under the appropriate chapter. Bankruptcies usually fall into one of two categories, either liquidation or reorganization. Furthermore, bankruptcy proceedings take place in Bankruptcy Courts.

Title 11 – Bankruptcy Code

The chapters of U.S. Code Title 11 include the following:

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