bankruptcy court


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bankruptcy court

n. the specialized Federal court in which bankruptcy matters under the Federal Bankruptcy Act are conducted. There are several bankruptcy courts in each state, and each one's territory covers several counties. The office of a court clerk where petitions can be filed is located next to each court. (See: bankruptcy, bankruptcy proceedings)

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Opposite to him was a Peer who was even then engaged in threading the meshes of the Bankruptcy Court, what did they care for that?
Only it will be that or the bankruptcy court before long!"
While I was being removed to the bankruptcy court, my uncle in the soap and candle trade was being removed to the other world.
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware for "First Day" motions related to the voluntary Chapter 11 petitions filed on June 3, 2019.
28, 2019, Bankruptcy Update blog post, the authors wrote about a decision from a New Mexico bankruptcy court holding that the automatic stay was not applicable to the removal of a state court action to bankruptcy court and to the continuation of that there, In early April, in response to a motion for reconsideration, the court partially reversed itself, again holding that the automatic stay is not applicable to removal or to motions to remand the action back to state court, but holding that continuation of the action, beyond mere consideration of a motion to remand, was barred by the automatic stay.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 27, 2019-Bausch Health to acquire certain assets from Synergy Pharmaceuticals Inc under bankruptcy court approval
Global Banking News-February 27, 2019-Bausch Health to acquire certain assets from Synergy Pharmaceuticals Inc under bankruptcy court approval
M2 PHARMA-February 27, 2019-Bausch Health to acquire certain assets from Synergy Pharmaceuticals Inc under bankruptcy court approval
Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts, as the suit concerns parties already involved in the bankruptcy case, is closely linked to orders issued by the bankruptcy court, and may affect the administration of the estate.
The bankruptcy court approved the Company's entry into a commitment letter with a third-party financial institution relating to the $700 million first lien notes offering contemplated by the plan of reorganization.
After an initial stay pending appeal, the district court reinstated the revocation of privileges for UpRight Law LLC and related entities to practice before the bankruptcy court. Revocation was based on the defendants' unethical business practices that preyed on bankruptcy filers, and the district court found no justification to halt the revocation order.
The bankruptcy court authorized the sale of the firms' principal assets (several gasoline service stations and a movie theater and caf), and those sales qualified as bulk sales under Illinois statutes we shall refer to as the Bulk Sales Provisions.

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