PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON DEBTOR AND CREDITOR LAW offers a refreshing new alternative to instructors; it is the least intimidating & most student-friendly casebook on the subject. This notably brief casebook concentrates on the Code, using an appealing mix of problems, text, & cases to illustrate & demonstrate important rules & concepts.
The combined talents of Professor Morris & Professor Whaley, the recognized master of the problem method, result in a book that is as interesting as it is instructive. PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON DEBTOR AND CREDITOR LAW begins by tracing the traditional route of most bankruptcies to show how the overall system works: commencement of the case & eligibility for relief the bankruptcy estate the automatic stay claims discharge. major coverage on: avoiding powers Chapter 13 cases reorganization in Chapter 11 family farmer reorganizations jurisdiction. The authors cover the entire Bankruptcy Code as well as related statutes & state creditor collection devices. Carefully-chosen cases & straightforward text reinforce the high-quality problems integrated throughout the book. These extremely effective problems are especially well suited for independent study. Be sure to evaluate this new problem-driven casebook before you select materials for your next course in Bankruptcy or Creditors' Rights. You'll see that Whaley & Morris have crafted an outstanding teaching & learning tool in PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS ON DEBTOR AND CREDITOR LAW.
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