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54. Teri files a petition for bankruptcy. Her creditors must file with the court their proof of claims against her assets within
55. Matt files a petition for a discharge in bankruptcy. His failure to appear at a meeting of the creditors listed in his schedules may result in him being 56.
Daniel is a trustee for a federal bankruptcy court. Daniel’s duties include
57. Thirty-one days before filing a petition in bankruptcy, Gavin transfers property and makes payments that favor one creditor over another. These are 58.
Cassie files a voluntary petition in bankruptcy for relief through a liquidation proceeding. Among her debts that will not be discharged are claims 59.
Creditors hold judgments on overdue debts against Expert Auto Repair when the debtor receives a discharge in bankruptcy. The discharge will
60. Jo files a voluntary petition for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. The court will likely deny a discharge of her debts if she
61. Lynn, the owner of Market Sales Company, sells the firm to Nell for a note payable to Lynn for $100,000. Nell does not pay the note and files for bankruptcy under Chapter 7. The debt represented by the note is
62. Builders Construction files a voluntary petition for bankruptcy. In listing its assets, Builders intentionally omits certain assets, including plots of undeveloped real estate. After Builders is granted a discharge, Commercial Electric, one of Builders’ unsecured creditors whose claims were discharged, learns of the fraud. Commercial Electric can
63. Spicy Pizza, Inc., files for bankruptcy under Chapter 11. Spicy’s reorganization plan must contain
64. To adjust debt and institute a repayment plan, Diana—who is not a corporation, a partnership, or a family farmer or fisherman—may file a petition in bankruptcy for relief through
65. Jordan believes that she needs to obtain a discharge in bankruptcy through an individual’s repayment plan. This proceeding can be initiated by a filing of a petition by
66. Ozzie files a petition in bankruptcy for relief through an individual’s repayment plan. He is granted a discharge. Debts that will not be discharged include claims for
67. Jill believes that she should file a plan for a Chapter 13 discharge in bankruptcy. A court will confirm her bankruptcy plan if it provides for
68. Zeke files a petition for bankruptcy under Chapter 13. Zeke’s Chapter 13 plan must provide for
69. Farrah buys a car from Go Motors, financing the purchase through a loan. Less than a year later, she files for bankruptcy under Chapter 13. Her plan must provide that Go has a lien on the car until the entire debt is paid
70. To adjust debt and institute a repayment plan, Don, a family fisherman in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Alaska, may file a petition in bankruptcy for relief under the Bankruptcy Code’s Chapter

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