Effects of the New Bankruptcy Code on Creditors with Secured Claims in Residential Real Property
The sweeping changes brought about by the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 may have a profound effect on the secured interests of lenders. The rights of a creditor against a debtor, and the procedure that he must follow vary with the chapter of the new Bankruptcy Code under which the debtor files his claim. Richard Mednick, a Judge on the Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California, explains the procedures required and the interest affected by the most commonly invoked chapters of the new code. Judge Mednick strongly urges that creditors become familiar with these changes, as some new requirements may become traps for the unwary lender.
Effects of the New Bankruptcy Code on Creditors with Secured Claims in Residential Real Property,
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