Strong-Arm Provision

Strong-Arm Provision

The segment of the federal Bankruptcy law that grants the trustee the rights of the most secured creditor, so that he or she is able to seize all of the debtor's property for proper distribution.

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On the other hand, the strong-arm provisions of the Bankruptcy Code give the trustee in bankruptcy all the powers and rights of an ideal hypothetical judgment lien creditor under the state law.