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Problems and Materials on Debtor and Credit. Law (4TH 09 - Old Edition)by Douglas J. Whaley
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Problems and Materials on Debtor and Creditor Law, now in its Fourth Edition, features Douglas Whaley's popular problem-based approach and Jeffrey Morris's eminently clear descriptions of Bankruptcy Law. With concise but complete coverage, this timely revision provides a solid introduction to the Bankruptcy Code, statutory rules, and contemporary issues of bankruptcy law.
Student-friendly and practice-focused, Problems and Materials on Debtor and Creditor Law offers: an engaging and accessible mix of problems, text, and cases a thoughtful selection of cases that illustrate and reflect current Bankruptcy Law a flexible and adaptable organization of topics at 600 pages, a manageable size proven-effective problem-based pedagogy thoroughly updated Teacher's Manual
The thoroughly revised Fourth Edition includes: new discussion of selected means test issues and automatic dismissal under 521(i) diligently updated dollar values and statutory revisions more than a dozen new and revised problems that cover Ponzi schemes, KERPs, and reclamation and priority claims a dozen new cases
The thoroughly updated Fourth Edition of Problems and Materials on Debtor and Creditor Law ensures that your bankruptcy course will remain fresh and up to date, supported by recent case decisions and engaging problems that address contemporary topics.
Book News Annotation:
The fourth edition of this textbook on bankruptcy law includes the major cases that address bankruptcy and other related laws. Authors Whaley (emeritus, law, The Ohio State U.) and Morris (law, U. of Dayton) address a variety of topics: an introduction to debtor and creditor law, commencement of the case and eligibility for relief, the bankruptcy estate, the automatic stay, claims and discharge, avoidance powers, chapters 11 and 13, family farmer reorganizations, and jurisdictional issues. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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