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Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2014: Current through March 15, 2014

Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2014 contains rules relating to bankruptcy practice in federal courts in a portable, affordable and easy to read book. Also included in this edition is Bankruptcy Basics, which provides general information on the bankruptcy process, bankruptcy laws, and an explanation of the different chapters under which
a bankruptcy case may be filed.

Summit Legal Publishing also provides online access to downloadable, printable Federal Bankruptcy forms, Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Manuals and BAP forms.

This book includes:
Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure
Local Rules of the United States
Bankruptcy Appellate Panels for the First,
Sixth, Eighth, Ninth & Tenth Circuits
Bankruptcy Basics

Also available in a softcover print edition.
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ISBN: 9781304995025
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