Chapter 12 Bankruptcy - Explained
What is Chapter 12 Bankruptcy?
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What is a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy?
Chapter 12 is a chapter of the US Bankruptcy Code that is applicable to family farmers or family fishermen. It allows for restructuring or reorganization of the debtor's debts.
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