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Bankruptcy Building Blocks


Your foreclosure road trip may be in jeopardy with a bankruptcy automatic stay, but presenters will have you moving quickly. First stop: the manual covering different bankruptcy chapters and their meanings. Finally, as you proceed, presenters will hit the drive-throughs at Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 with critical analysis of major sights. This session wraps up with a look at motions for relief, stipulations and notices of default, and trustee’s motions to dismiss.
 

The On-Ramp

  • Impact of the Automatic Stay

The Toll Booth

  • Different Chapters and their Meanings

 The Highway

  • Chapter 7

- Trustee Report

- Discharge

  • Chapter 13

- Proof of Claim

- The Plan 

- Notices of Payment Change

- Notice of Post-Petition Fees & Cost

 

 The Off Ramp

  • Motions for Relief

  • Stipulations & Notices of Default 

  • Trustee's Motions to Dismiss

 

 

Bankruptcy Road Blocks


The bankruptcy road map includes a separate set of speed bumps, detours, and delays covered in this session. Start with standing, collateral documents, and adversary proceedings. Presenters offer a look at UST inquiries and other process detours like objections to proof of claims and objections to cram downs. Bankruptcy can hit two major traffic delays covered in our wrap-up: Objections to the Plan and Notices of Final Cure.


Speed Bumps

  • Standing (collateral documents)
  • Adversary Proceedings

Potholes

  • UST Inquiries

Detours

  • Objections to Proofs of Claims
  • Objections to Cramdowns

Traffic Delays

  • Objections to the Plan
  • Notices of Final Cure

 

 

 

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