Supreme Court rules on bankruptcy courts' authority – JURIST

JURISTSupreme Court rules on bankruptcy courts' authorityJURISTThe Supreme Court has issued several rulings on bankruptcy issues in recent years. Earlier this month the court ruled unanimously [JURIST report] that a debtor who converts to Chapter 7 is entitled to return any post-petition wages not yet distributed …Supreme Court clarifies scope of bankruptcy court authority, allows court …Lexology (registration)"Supreme Court Clarifies Scope of Bankruptcy Court Authority, Allows Court …JD Supra (press release)all 93 news articles »

Opinion: Tie goes to the debtor in consumer bankruptcy dispute about funds … – SCOTUSblog (blog)

Opinion: Tie goes to the debtor in consumer bankruptcy dispute about funds …SCOTUSblog (blog)This is a consumer bankruptcy case that involves only $5000 and turns on a remarkably narrow issue of statutory interpretation: when a debtor converts a bankruptcy proceeding from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7, what happens to funds that the trustee is …Bankruptcy Leftovers Go to Debtor, SCOTUS SaysCourthouse News ServiceSupreme Court rules that an order denying confirmation of a chapter 13 plan is …Lexology (registration)all 16 news articles »

Whose money is it? Supreme Court rules for debtor in dispute over postpetition … – Lexology (registration)

Whose money is it? Supreme Court rules for debtor in dispute over postpetition …Lexology (registration)When an individual contemplates filing for bankruptcy protection, he or she has a few options. One is to file a Chapter 7 case, and another is to file a Chapter 13 case. In a Chapter 7, all of a debtor's non-exempt assets are transferred to a …From The Top In Brief – May/June 2015Mondaq News Alerts (registration)Seventh Circuit Says Secured Creditors Must File Proof of Claim Within Ninety …JD Supra (press release)all 8 news articles »

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