Bankruptcy Court


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Bankruptcy Court

A court constituted to hear bankruptcy cases exclusively. In the United States, bankruptcy courts are constituted under the federal government and are units of regional district courts.
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Meanwhile, a New York bankruptcy court judge extended an injunction against ILFC, Boeing and other creditors preventing them from seizing 25 aircraft before July 21, Reuters reported.
If a debtor files an amended return or files any returns that are past due while the bankruptcy case is pending, copies must be filed with the bankruptcy court at the same time they are filed with the Service.
The Bankruptcy Court recently denied AWI's motion to exclude Youbet and other interested companies from filing competing plans to acquire AWI.
We have an appeal pending with another court and we have filed for a motion for the bankruptcy court not to distribute the proceeds from the sublease until the appeal has been decided.
AS YOU HELP YOUR CLIENTS grow their businesses, you might want to investigate an often untapped source for asset acquisition that frequently offers bargain-basement prices: bankruptcy court auctions.
The Bankruptcy Court said the Tax Court had already rejected this position in Shipes, a case where the taxpayer was affected by the same citrus-tree-destruction program.
The debtor then filed a motion in bankruptcy court to determine tax liability and to object to the IRS's claim.
Upholding the expanded authority of the bankruptcy court would have created further havoc to the real estate market.
The proposed debt and equity commitments and related transactions described in the Amended Plan remain subject to certain material conditions, including the completion of final documentation, satisfaction of certain conditions precedent, and entry of orders by the Bankruptcy Court approving the related commitment letters and the adequacy of the Disclosure Statement and confirming the Amended Plan.
The employees' bid was approved in principle yesterday by a Rio de Janeiro bankruptcy court judge, who asked the group to double its cash commitment before he issues a final ruling today.
6330(d)(1) to decide whether a bankruptcy court has discharged taxpayers from their unpaid Federal tax liability.