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Chapter 15 Bankruptcy

Chapter 15 Bankruptcy

Chapter 15 Bankruptcy provides for the processes and methods to manage bankruptcy cases which involve the assets, debts and claimants who have interest in multiple countries.

The federal bankruptcy laws have identified 5 specific objectives in the statutes

  • to increase the cooperation between the U.S and other authorities in foreign countries with cases which involve Insolvency.
  • to increase legal certainty for investment and trade
  • increase the fair and efficient administration of cases which cross borders and help protect the creditor's and debtor's interest
  • to help debtor's assets remain protected and their value maximized
  • to help businesses which are in financial trouble by protecting their employment and investments (11 U.S.C. § 1501)

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