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(132) If a debtor in these states has a $1,000,000 in home unencumbered by a lien or mortgage, they are entitled to keep the entire house even if there is no other exemptible property to be distributed to debtors.
The court in Hardy accepted that public assistance benefits were exemptible from the bankruptcy estate because they were listed in the Missouri exemption statute.
However, smaller markets and the persistent need for the realization of scale economies could make raising the market-power threshold for initiating merger review or for allowing more exemptible exclusionary conducts in monopolization and cartel cases reasonable in antitrust rule making.