Bankruptcy (3270)

This course is an introduction to the law governing the relationships between financially distressed consumers and businesses and their creditors. The course covers the rights of creditors and debtors outside of bankruptcy (under state and federal law) and under the Bankruptcy Code. Focus is on chapter 7 liquidations, chapter 11 reorganizations, and chapter 13 repayment plans. Attention is paid to the competing policies arising under the Bankruptcy Code.

Grading: Exam

Prerequisite(s): None; Suggested co- or prerequisite course: UCC - Secured Transactions

Credits: 2

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Statutory Course

Subject Areas:
Bankruptcy
Family Law
Property Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Gregory Duhl

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