Consumer Law in Oregon - eBook on Bankruptcy (2013)

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This chapter is excerpted from the 2013 edition of Consumer Law in Oregon, which will enable you to protect your clients' financial interests and advise them about available rights and remedies. PDF Download - After purchase go to My Content to retrieve your digital file(s).
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Chapter 24
BANKRUPTCY
Tami Bishop

§24.1 INTRODUCTION

§24.1-1 Overview
§24.1-2 Bankruptcy Law
§24.1-3 Organization of the Oregon Bankruptcy Court
§24.1-4 Determining Whether a Bankruptcy Should Be Filed
§24.1-5 Types of Bankruptcy Relief

§24.2 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

§24.2-1 Commencing the Case
§24.2-2 Automatic Stay
§24.2-3 Creditors’ Meeting
§24.2-4 Property of the Estate and Exemptions

§24.3 REMEDIES AND RELIEF

§24.3-1 Avoidance Powers of Trustee and Debtor
§24.3-2 Discharge and Dischargeability
§24.3-3 Reaffirmation
§24.3-4 Claims and Distribution of Estate in a Chapter 7
§24.3-5 Chapter 13 Remedies
§24.3-6 Substantial Abuse

§24.4 DEFENSES

§24.5 PLEADING AND PRACTICE

§24.5-1 Dismissal and Conversion
§24.5-2 Adversary Proceedings and Contested Matters

§24.6 TYPICAL PARTIES AND FACT SITUATIONS

APPENDIX 24A Summary of Bankruptcy and Judgment Exemptions Pursuant to Oregon Law (As of September, 2012)