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Test 6 True/False Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1. A mechanic's lien can be enforced to obtain payment for work that adds value to personal property. 2. A debt does not have to be past due before a creditor can begin legal action against a debtor. 3. A court may not order an employer, as a result of a garnishment proceeding, to turn over a...

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6 True/False Test Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1. A mechanic's lien can be enforced to obtain payment for work that adds value to personal property. 2. A debt does not have to be past due before a creditor can begin legal action against a debtor. 3. A court may not order an employer, as a result of a garnishment proceeding, to turn over a debtor-employee's property to pay a debt. 4. A surety is secondarily liable on an obligation. 5. Homestead exemptions are designed to permit debtors to retain some part or all of the value of their homes, free from the claims of some creditors. 6. Only an individual can be a debtor under Chapter 7. 7. Concealing assets from a bankruptcy court is a crime. 8. The filing of a petition for bankruptcy will automatically stay most legal actions against the debtor. 9. Once a debtor files for bankruptcy, a secured creditor cannot recover more on a debt than the value of the collateral covering the debt. ____ 10. Classes of debts owed to unsecured creditors are paid in the order of their priority. Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Fact Pattern 28-1 Ruth hires Standard Carpenters, Inc., to build a fence around her property. When the fence is finished, Ruth does not pay Standard Carpenters for the work. ____ 11. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-1. To collect the debt, Standard Carpenters may place on Ruth's property a. a judicial lien. b. a mechanic's lien. c. an artisan's lien. d. an innkeeper's lien. ____ 12. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-1. Standard Carpenters is a. a guarantor. b. a lien creditor. c. a mortgagor. d. a surety. ____ 13. Aaron, a jeweler, repairs Beth's necklace and returns it to her even though she does not pay for the repairs. To recover payment, Aaron can claim a. a mechanic's lien. b. an artisan's lien. c. an innkeeper's lien. d. none of the above. Fact Pattern 28-3 Dina asks Edie to co-sign a credit application so that she can borrow money and buy a truck from Finest Quality Motors. ____ 14. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-3. If Edie signs the application but fails to condition her signature on Finest's agreement to pursue its legal remedies against Dina before looking to her, then Edie is a. a guarantor and a surety. b. a guarantor only. c. a surety only. d. neither a guarantor nor a surety. ____ 15. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-3. If Edie signs the application only after language is included that requires Finest to exhaust its legal remedies against Dina before looking to her, then Edie is a. a guarantor and a surety. b. a guarantor only. c. a surety only. d. neither a guarantor nor a surety. ____ 16. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-3. If Edie is a guarantor, then the guaranty is required to be in writing because of a. the debtor's right of redemption. b. the co-signer's right of contribution. c. the creditor's transfer of possession. d. the Statute of Frauds. ____ 17. Refer to Fact Pattern 28-3. If, after the loan agreement is signed, Dina agrees to a higher rate of interest without telling Edie, then Edie is a. discharged from the agreement. b. liable at the higher rate of interest. c. liable at the lower rate of interest. d. liable for the principal only. ____ 18. Ross and Sally agree to guarantee Tim's debt. Ross's maximum liability is $30,000, and Sally's is $20,000. Tim owes $20,000 and is in default. Ross pays the creditor the entire amount. In the absence of an agreement to the contrary, Ross can recover from Sally a. $8,000. b. $10,000. c. $20,000. d. nothing. ____ 19. Rita is a surety for Sue's loan from Total Finance Company. Rita's right to "step into the shoes" of Total Finance, after paying Sue's debt, and exercise any of the Total Finance's rights against Sue is the right of a. contribution. b. redemption. c. reimbursement. d. subrogation. ____ 20. Britney defaults on a loan owed to City Bank. As a creditor, City Bank may attempt to place liens on all of Britney's property except a. motor vehicles that Britney uses to commute to work. b. personal property that consists of stock in various corporations. c. property that Britney elects to exempt. d. real property on which Britney plans to open a retail store. ____ 21. A petition for a discharge in bankruptcy under Chapter 7 may be filed by a. First Savings & Loan Association, a corporation. b. Holly, an investment adviser. c. Interstate Insurance Company, a corporation. ____ 22. ____ 23. ____ 24. ____ 25. ____ 26. d. Regional Employees Credit Union, a corporation. In Case 30.1, In re Lamanna, the court held that it is a "substantial abuse" the of Bankruptcy Code for a debtor seeking bankruptcy protection to a. fail to disclose all of the debtor's assets to the bankruptcy court. b. have the debtor's debts discharged under Chapter 7 when the debtor has the resources to repay his or her creditors within a reasonable period of time under Chapter 13. c. submit a plan for bankruptcy protection that treats creditors unequally. d. have the debtor's debts discharged under Chapter 13 when the debtor has the resources to repay his or her creditors within a reasonable period of time under Chapter 7. Phil's voluntary petition for bankruptcy is found to be proper. The order for relief is effective as soon as a. Phil files the petition. b. Phil posts a bond to cover the costs of the proceedings. c. Phil's creditors agree to the terms. d. the trustee collects and distributes the property of Phil's estate. Valley Ranch cannot provide its creditors with adequate protection during the automatic stay. The bankruptcy court is most likely to a. deny Valley Ranch a discharge. b. place the affected assets in the hands of a neutral third party. c. remove the stay and permit the affected assets to be repossessed. d. sell the affected assets. Pete's Pizza declares bankruptcy, idling Pete's delivery vehicles. A creditor with a secured interest in the vehicles can compel Pete's to pay a certain amount of money each month to offset the depreciation in the value of the vehicles. This is a. the mirror image rule. b. the adequate protection doctrine. c. the creditor safeguard rule. d. the avoidance doctrine. Don files a petition for bankruptcy. Don's creditors must file with the court their proof of claims against Don's assets within a. fifteen days of the creditors' meeting. b. thirty days of the creditors' meeting. c. sixty days of the creditors' meeting. d. ninety days of the creditors' meeting. Fact Pattern 30-1 Eve sells her motorcycle to her brother Floyd for $1,000. Twelve days later, Eve files for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. ____ 27. Refer to Fact Pattern 30-1. Floyd dies while riding the cycle. Eve is Floyd's only heir. With respect to the bankruptcy estate, the inheritance is a. exempt property. b. part of the estate if Floyd died more than 180 days after Eve's filing. c. part of the estate if Floyd died within 180 days after Eve's filing. d. part of the estate if the accident was in some way Eve's fault. ____ 28. Refer to Fact Pattern 30-1. Regarding the sale of the cycle, the trustee may a. cancel it as a fraudulent transfer. b. cancel it as a voidable preference. c. not cancel it because it is a sale, not a gift. d. not cancel it, but can sue Floyd's estate for the return of the $1,000. ____ 29. Jack files a bankruptcy petition under Chapter 7. Among his debts are support owed to his ex-wife Kay, money borrowed from Loans, Inc., to pay taxes, and amounts representing student loans owed to Mega University. Debts most likely to be discharged include claims for a. back taxes accruing within three years before a bankruptcy filing. b. certain fines and penalties payable to the government. c. domestic support. d. student loans if their payment imposes undue hardship on the debtor. ____ 30. AAA Auto Repair receives a discharge in bankruptcy, even though some creditors hold judgments on overdue debts against it and others filed actions to collect on overdue debts before the bankruptcy. AAA's discharge will a. neither stop actions nor void judgments regarding overdue debts. b. only stop actions to collect overdue debts. c. only void uncollected judgments on overdue debts. d. stop actions and void judgments regarding overdue debts. Test 6 Answer Section TRUE/FALSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 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