Learn about: Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Whether you?re the debtor or the creditor, you will likely have lots of questions about payments, the liquidation of assets and how to prove insolvency. These questions require the advice of a lawyer and FindLaw can put you in touch with someone who knows just how to handle your special needs.

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What to do with objections to discharge from Bankruptcy

Date: 21 Sep 2016, Filed under: Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

If you are struggling to know how to manage an opinionated and difficult bankruptcy trustee who has just objected to your discharge from bankruptcy, then...

Rights of bankrupt employees limited

Date: 02 Nov 2012, Filed under: Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, Industrial Relations, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Employment and Human Resources

The Federal Magistrates Court recently found that an undischarged bankrupt was unable to seek compensation or a financial penalty against a former employer...

Non-divisable Property and the Bankruptcy Trustee's Rights

Date: 02 Oct 2012, Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Consumer Bankruptcy and Insolvency

The Full Federal Court in McDonald v Young [2012] FCAFC 137 recently considered whether a trustee in bankruptcy can have recourse to the non-divisible...

News Items matching Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

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Supreme Court ruling 'hard' for couple in Blue Chip case

Date: 06 Dec 2010, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Superannuation & Elder Law, Buying a Home, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Wellington, Dec 3 NZPA - The Supreme Court has dealt a blow to Blue Chip investors Bruce and Dorothy Bartle in what has been seen as a test case fo...

Statutory demand for GST debt set aside

Date: 18 Nov 2010, Filed under: Building & Construction law, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Taxation law

The NSW Supreme Court has set aside a statutory demand served on the plaintiff in which the defendant claimed an amount of $117,974.03. The descrip...

Relief available for quake-stricken residents

Date: 16 Nov 2010, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Compensation Law

Wellington, Nov 15 NZPA - The Commerce Commission says quake-stricken Cantabrians struggling with debt can apply for financial relief because of un...


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