EFFECT ON LIEN OF DISCHARGE OF DEBT IN BANKRUPTCY. (1) the debt or obligation evidenced by the judgment is not discharged in bankruptcy; or (2) the debt or obligation evidenced by the judgment is discharged in the bankruptcy. (1) the debt or obligation evidenced by the judgment is not discharged in bankruptcy; or (2) the property is not exempted in the bankruptcy and is abandoned during the bankruptcy.
(7) any claim made against the estate of a debtor in a bankruptcy proceeding commenced prior to April 1, 2003, under the United States Bankruptcy Code (11 U.S.C. Section 101 et seq.) by or against such debtor, or against a bankruptcy trust established under 11 U.S.C Section 524(g) or similar provisions of the United States Code in such a bankruptcy proceeding commenced
(1) the death, incompetency, bankruptcy, resignation, withdrawal, retirement, or expulsion of any shareholder
REFUNDING OF REFUNDING BONDS ISSUED UNDER BANKRUPTCY PLAN be refunded were issued under a plan for the adjustment of the municipality's debts confirmed by a bankruptcy REFUNDING OF REFUNDING BONDS ADJUDICATED AS VALID OR ISSUED UNDER BANKRUPTCY PLAN (B) were issued under a plan for the adjustment of the municipality's debts confirmed by a bankruptcy
(C) a demand in a bankruptcy proceeding of the insured or beneficiary.
CONTENTS: BANKRUPTCY OR REORGANIZATION. (1) filed in bankruptcy; anniversary of the end of the period the person held the position in relation to the other person, filed in bankruptcy (1) the name and location of the person who filed in bankruptcy, was adjudged bankrupt, or was reorganized
DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN CONVICTIONS, PLEAS, JUDGMENTS, ORDERS, BANKRUPTCIES, AND REORGANIZATIONS. (A) has filed in bankruptcy; responsibilities for, a corporation, partnership, joint venture, or other business entity that has filed in bankruptcy (1) the name and location of the person filing in bankruptcy, adjudged a bankrupt, or reorganized because (a) A person injured by a seller's bankruptcy or by a seller's breach of an agreement entered into during
the subsequent death, disability, incapacity, winding up, dissolution, termination of existence, or bankruptcy
The bankruptcy rules promulgated under this section shall prescribe a form for the statement required
parties commencing a case under title 11 shall pay to the clerk of the district court or the clerk of the bankruptcy Whenever any case or proceeding is dismissed in any bankruptcy court for want of jurisdiction, such the procedures prescribed by the Judicial Conference of the United States, the district court or the bankruptcy (2) The district court or the bankruptcy court may waive for such debtors other fees prescribed under (3) This subsection does not restrict the district court or the bankruptcy court from waiving, in accordance
The clerk of the district court, or the clerk of the bankruptcy court if one is certified pursuant to (H) the number of cases in which sanctions under rule 9011 of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure
interest in reasonable and adequate information to evaluate the efficiency and practicality of the Federal bankruptcy 1) the reasonable needs of the public for information about the operational results of the Federal bankruptcy professional fees incurred by or on behalf of the debtor, between those that would have been incurred absent a bankruptcy