Basic Bankruptcy Law For Paralegals

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 10/01/2004
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Proven effective through years of classroom use, Basic Bankruptcy Law for Paralegals its Fifth Edition as a current, compact, and comprehensive overview of both the Code And The Rules. This popular text earned its reputation as a dependable teaching tool by: focusing on what paralegals need to know, allowing students to learn and digest the basics of bankruptcy without having to master an entirely new vocabulary providing a readable overview of the bankruptcy code and rules, with step-by-step guidance through the paralegal's role at every stage of the bankruptcy proceeding taking a practical approach, covering not only the law, but also how to complete documents - with helpful explanations of the appropriate timing offering excellent pedagogy, including abundant examples, checklists of procedures, summaries of the law, and discussion questions serving as the foundation of a complete teaching package, including a thorough Instructor's Manual with test bank the Fifth Edition keeps pace with developments in the law: current with all changes To The Code and Rules as of April 1, 2004, The text presents summaries of all important bankruptcy related Supreme Court cases decided in the 2004 term accompanying Forms Manual - containing all the basic official forms, plus a number of custom forms which are especially useful to small firms that do not specialize in bankruptcy practice - is now on the CD included with the book expanded chapter on Bankruptcy Research discusses more web-based research sources new glossary entries particular to large corporate 'mega' cases

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