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A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a business re-organization. In a Chapter eleven case, the debtor files a plan of reorganization that proposes payments to the different classes of creditors.

The other major document that the chapter eleven debtor is requried to file is a disclosure statement that sets forth the debtor's income and expenses and assets and debts that is the foundation for proposing a plan of reorganization to the creditors.

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Objection to dischargeability A trustee's or creditor's objection to the a being released from personal liability for certain dischargeable debts. Common reasons include allegations that the debt to be discharged was incurred by false pretenses or that debt arose because of the debtor's fraud while acting as a fiduciary.

Objection to exemptions

Stay - A court order suspending a judicial proceeding.

Warranty - legal guarantee that certain facts are true.

Battery - offensive touching of the person. Actual use of force is a type of battery; the threat to use force is an assault; battery usually includes an assault.

Bench - Seat of a judge; otherwise, the court or judicial branch itself.

Bench Trial - Trial with a judge rather than the jury deciding the facts as well as the law. inexpensive bankruptcy lawyers

Bequests - Gifts made in a will.

Summary Judgment - Decision made on the basis of statements and evidence presented for the record without a trial, used when there is no dispute as to the material facts of the case, and one individual is entitled to judgment as a matter of law.

Stipulation - agreement by attorneys on both sides of a criminal or civil case about some aspect of the case; for example to extend the time to answer, to adjourn the trial date, or to admit certain facts at the trial.

Summary Judgment - decision made on the basis of evidence and statements presented for the record without a trial. Summary judgment is used when there is no dispute as to the material facts of the case, and a party is entitled to judgment as a matter of different law.

Bench Warrant - Order issued by a judge to arrest a person for failure to obey a court order. A bench warrant may be issued when a person fails to pay a fine, appear, or attend DWI School.

Beneficiary - Person named to receive property or benefits in a will or trust, insurance policy, or other such document.

Bequeath - To leave a gift through a will.

Surety Bond - bond purchased by an estate to insure the personal representative's performance. inexpensive bankruptcy lawyers,

Survivorship - joint tenancy, by which one owner becomes entitled to property because he or she has survived all other owners.

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