Chapter 10

Chapter 10

A chapter of the U.S. bankruptcy code stating the terms under which a small company may file for bankruptcy protection while it prepares a reorganization plan. In order to be eligible for Chapter 10 protection, the company cannot have more than $2.5 million in debt and the reorganization plan must include provisions where the debt will be repaid within three years. See also: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 13.
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Pictured (from left) are DAV Billings Chapter 10 Commander John Tiry, Chapter 10 Adjutant Ed Saunders, George Forstner, Hank Wright, Jimmy Kerr and Bob Scott.
That is changing with the adoption of IRIG 106 Chapter 10.
In addition to the standardized file structure and data format, IRIG 106 Chapter 10 provides well-defined control and download interfaces and secure erase procedures.
The D200f digital flight recording system now supports the IRIG106 Chapter 10 standard.
Chapter 10, "Testing What's Wrong," is a discussion about muscle testing and assessment.
Chapter 10, "Checklists" is unquestionably the most important and the most practical aspect of the entire book.
Although there are some minor but important additions to some chapters, Chapter 10 on Geochemical Dynamics represents the only major new element in the second edition.
Of particular interest is the section of Chapter 10 that deals with renewed European immigration.
With Chapter 10 the focus of the discussion moves from diagnosis to management.
Chapter 10 evaluates the limitations of the antipsychotic drugs and the place of low-dose and drug-free treatment.
The debtor has the unbridled right to dismiss the Chapter 10 case at any time or convert to a Chapter 7 liquidation.
An active life member of DAV Chapter 10, Arlington, Va.